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Negro Bill Canyon Trail, UT

Bureau of Land Management

Overview

One of the best hikes in the Moab area, the Negro Bill Canyon Trail follows a year-round stream in a scenic canyon. Morning Glory Natural Bridge, which has a span of 243 feet, is the sixth longest natural rock span in the United States. The trail is approximately 2 miles one way, with a total round trip lasting 4 hours at a leisurely pace. Please stay on the marked main trail in this canyon which sees almost 40,000 people per year. Help us keep this Wilderness Study Area attractive!

For a photo and a brief description please visit: http://www.blm.gov/ut/st/en/fo/moab/recreation/hiking_trails/negro_bill_canyon.html

Directions:

On Utah Scenic Byway 128, three miles east of junction with U.S. 191.

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