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Grand Gulch Primitive Area

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Grand Gulch

Rife with ancient Anasazi sites, Grand Gulch is only accessible by foot or hoof, and is a tributary canyon to the San Juan River, which eventually flows into the Colorado River and Lake Powell. Among the Anasazi sites you’ll find artwork, tools, dwellings and more in amazing condition thanks to the cautious and respectful treatment of those who travelled here before you. The Anasazi were here between 700 and 2,000 years ago, the earliest of artifacts found are from a group called the Basketmakers for their high-quality and fine baskets. These baskets can still be found, hidden in the right spots to be protected from the weather. The canyon is 50 miles to the San Juan River.
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Utah, USA