Rock formations and San Juan Canyon from Muley Point, Bears Ears National Monument, Utah
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- Muley point
- national landmark
- national monument
- national park
- non-urban scene
- no people
- North America
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- Pinnacles (rock formation)
- remote (remote location)
- rock (rock formations or landmass)
- rock formation
- rough terrain
- stock photograph
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- tranquil scene
- travel destination
- Wilderness Area
- Muley Point is in the heart of Bears Ears National Monument, a vast 1.3 million acre area of unspoiled Utah wilderness
- View of San Juan Canyon from Muley Point at dusk, Bears Ears National Monument, Utah
- Rock pinnacle lit up at sunset, on the edge of San Juan Canyon from Muley Point, Bears Ears National Monument, Utah
- Water pools and rock formations on rocks overlookng the San Juan Canyon from Muley Point, Bears Ears National Monument, Utah
- Rock formations at Muley Point, San Juan Canyon, in the Bears Ears National Monument.
- Muley Point at the heart of Bears Ears National Monument, a vast 1.3 million acre area of wilderness. San Juan Canyon.
- Muley Point and the view of San Juan Canyon in Bears Ears National Monument
- Rock formations and San Juan Canyon from Muley Point, Bears Ears National Monument, Utah
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