Utah Travel Headlines Blog

Monday, March 12, 2007

Explore Roads Less Traveled In Western Utah

"There's more to see than you might suspect along the less-traveled highways of western Utah and eastern Nevada."

So says Tom Wharton in this Salt Lake Tribune article. He takes the long way home and describes traveling through remote sections of the Great Basin.

“If "nothing" is defined as going miles between towns or viewing wide-open spaces of high desert, with mountains on the distant horizon of basin-and-range country, then the route would fit the bill.

But if you drive through Joshua Tree Forest on the Arizona-Utah border, explore Gunlock Reservoir, stop in at the Buck Stop Grill in Enterprise for a malt and a burger or catch 13,081-foot-high Wheeler Peak from a distance, there is much to see along the way.

Read the entire article.

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