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Joe's Valley

One of the premier destinations in Utah and perhaps the states. Although quite well developed, the potential for new problems abounds, just start hiking up any hillside and you're bound to find something.

Rock Type: Sandstone


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From Route 6, take Highway 10 past Huntington into Orangeville. Veer right onto Highway 29 following signs for Joe's Valley Reservoir.

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