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Introducing Bluff

Tiny-tot Bluff isn't much more than a spot in the road. But a few great motels and a handful of restaurants, surrounded by stunning red rock, make it a cool little base for exploring the far southeastern corner of the state. From here you can easily reach Moki Dugway (30 miles), Hovenweep National Monument (40 miles), Monument Valley (47 miles) and Natural Bridges National Monument (61 miles) – just to mention a few area sights – as well as explore the surrounding Bureau of Land Management (BLM) wilderness.

There's no visitor center here at the crossroads of Hwys 191 N and 163. You can log onto www.bluff-utah.org, but local business owners and staff are your best resource (they know the hikes better than an office worker could, anyway). To preserve the night sky, Bluff has no streetlights.