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Moki Dugway

Discussion in 'Photos and Videos' started by RaptorMan, May 7, 2016.

  1. RaptorMan

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    The Moki Dugway is a dirt road carved into the side of a Mesa cliff in southern Utah. It was built in 1957/1958 to speed the transport of Uranium ore from Fry Canyon to the processing plant south of Mexican Hat. It's a 3 mile dirt road that climbs 1100 feet through a series of switchbacks.

    The main pull off area where people stop to take pictures is about 2/3 up the climb and in addition to a view of the road with it's many switchbacks you can hike a short distance and look towards the east and the Valley of the Gods.

    This is another video from the trip to southern Utah I took a couple weeks ago. More to come...





    Brian