- Approximately 80 miles south of Moab.
- Drive time is approximately four hours
- Highlights include Mule Canyon Indian Ruins, Natural Bridges National Monument, and the Colorado River.
The Bicentennial Highway, completed in 1976, follows UT-95 for 164 miles from Blanding to in San Juan County to Hanksville in Wayne County. Along the route the by-way passes through some of the most beautiful landscapes in the southwest, including Natural Bridges National Monument and The Colorado River.
From Moab, head south on US-191 for approximately 80 miles. Turn right at UT-95 and begin your drive.
The route is 164 miles and takes approximately four hours.
- Butler Wash Indian Ruins: Located just off the by-way, here you’ll find a small ancestral cliff dwelling. There is a small foot trial available to access the ruins.
- Mule Canyon Indian Ruins: Another fantastic example of ancient Anasazi ruins, this cliff dwelling is accessible via a short hike.
- Natural Bridges National Monument: Among the most famous attractions in the southwest, Natural Bridges is home to some of the best examples of natural stone formations.
- Manti-La Sal National Forest: The Manti-La Sal National Forest is home to some 1,270,646 acres of forest land.
- Colorado River: Cross over the mighty Colorado River.
- Breathtaking Views: Enjoy views of massive peaks in the background, including Mt. Hillers, Mt. Pennel, and Mt. Ellen.