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Comb Ridge, Bluff

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  • The comb Ridge is a long narrow mountain range located near bluff, Utah. In the East the Butler a Dirtroad which is sometimes good and sometimes not so good navigable leads along wash road, an SUV with good ground clearance is necessary. On the East side the Ridge drops slowly, on the West side is very steep. Therefore, many similar canyons were formed in the East, which were inhabited 1000 years ago by Indians. There are very many of these canyons, where ruins can be seen, or even rock paintings (pictographs). This time we were Panel, a very interesting and unusual rock drawing hundreds of implied people who run from different directions on a circle at the procession. At least you could interpret it as. The walk starts from a parking lot, the man from the south entrance of the Butler wash road 10.7 km and about half an hour driving time achieves. Wash road branches off the Butler from the US161, there is a fence with gate. You can hang the chain, open the gate and go through, behind again, please close the gate, and attach the chain. The hike goes only through the Butler wash, which is usually dry. Then it goes beyond slickrock uphill, the trail is marked with Cairns, sometimes there are several variants. Best you bring a GPS track up, which you can find on the Internet. It is partly rather steep up and downhill, but good for sure-footed hikers to cope with. The distance to the Panel and back is about 5 km and you should allow approximately 3 hours. Overall, they must overcome 245 m altitude. Wash road further attractions at Butler the double stack panel are for example the Wolf, ruin, the Fishmouth Cave, the split level ruin and many more. On the West side of the comb ridge runs along the comb wash road, from there you can see the steep side of the Ridge, to admire beautiful in the evening sun. On this road no Indian ruins and pictographs are, since this page was no rock overhangs for the settlement. The comb Ridge is a little known but nevertheless fascinating piece natural landscape with impressive cultural monuments.
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  • Great place to spend the day and look for ruins. The cotton woods are still changing colors. Not many people during the week. 
  • Hiking the trails along comb ridge and cedar mesa was a first, and an absolutely fabulous experience. For one, there were few people hiking and the trails were not well marked...making this an experie...  more »
  • What a gem! We were blown away by the lovely atmosphere and decor of the place the moment we stepped in! Everything from the design of the restaurant to menu exemplifies the excellence that the owners strive for and we couldn't wait for what lies ahead. And of course we weren't disappointed! The food - we got the fish and chips, quedsadilla and the whiskey burger - were delicious and the presentation was delightful! It really speaks again of the pride the owners have of their business! We also had the lemon creme and pecan pie with some coffee and boy, what a great end to the meal!! This restaurant is like an oasis in the desert and finding it brought much respite that we needed after our long trip from Grand Canyon!
  • My mom and I found ourselves in Bluff, UT for the Huff 2 Bluff Marathon last weekend. There weren't many dining options for the night before the race, but found this quaint place while searching on Yelp. It is a really cute place with a small menu. My mom ordered a regular cheeseburger and I ordered the Hot Fatty burger. They were both huge, but delicious. I ate every last bite which is very unlike me! My mom ended with the Pecan Pie (I'm allergic), but she said it was wonderful. In small towns, sometimes it's hard to find a great place to eat, Comb Ridge is the place to go in Bluff!
  • What a gem! Delicious iced cold-brewed mocha. Nice clean restrooms, too.
  • Très sympa, bonne cuisine rustique, tarifs raisonnables, admirez les humming birds (colibris) à la tombée de la nuit
  • True coffee, then a double espresso and try the bluecorn pancake: delicious! Follow the advice of the waitress and prefer the room to the terrace (reserved for mosquitoes and used premises).
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