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CNHA Nine Mile Canyon
Nine Mile Canyon

Banner photo by Jim Blazik

Touring the Nine Mile Canyon Back Country Byway is an exciting journey into the history of prehistoric cultures, early travelers, and the fast-disappearing Utah rural lifestyle. Magnificent canyon scenery, still home to an array of easily spotted wildlife also awaits your visit.

How to visit Native American sites:

Leave Native American rock art, ruins, and artifacts untouched for the future. The oil from a single handprint can chemically affect rock art. Climbing on ruin walls can destroy, in a moment, a structure that has survived for a thousand years. Removing or even moving artifacts destroys the scientific value of sites. Chalking or wetting rock art is prohibited. Report vandalism to the BLM.

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Nine Mile Canyon Website
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