Price, UT High 44 Low 33
After leaving the Heber Valley, we spent the next three nights at the Blue Cut RV Park near Price, UT. There’s not a lot to see in this area except beautiful country.
Blue Cut RV Park has really close sites but the people are super nice. And it also has the required train tracks right across the road.
The view from our window.
Without the train
On Monday we decided to take a drive up to Nine Mile Canyon. Nine Mile Canyon is called the World’s Longest Art Gallery because it has at least an estimated 1,000 petroglyphs and pictographs rock art sites, with more than 10,000 individual images.
We got a late start and it was snowing on us as we headed out. The canyon is up in the mountains and the petroglyphs are about 24 miles up into the canyon on another winding, curvy road. The higher we climbed the colder it got.
After driving for almost two hours, we stopped to let the pups out and with the wind blowing, I nearly froze to death. At this point, I told Jim all I wanted to do was go home and have a cup of hot chocolate.
We did, however, get a few really good pictures.