Mule Canyon Roadside Ruin
Mule Canyon Roadside Ruin is an open Anasazi habitation site consisting of both above-ground and below-ground dwellings. This site was initially occupied briefly about 750 AD, reaching its peak between 1000 and 1150 AD. Pueblo ruins consists of 12 rooms, a reconstructed Kiva, and remains of a tower.
· Location is 44.8 miles from Monticello; take Hwy 191 south into and through Blanding, 24.6 miles, until the junction of State Hwy. 95, make a right onto Hwy. 95 and travel 20.3 miles. There will be a sign indicating the turn off into the parking area.
· Round trip walking distance is ¼ mile along a concrete walkway; approximate visitation is 30 minutes. Informational boards are at the Kiva site.
· Difficulty: Easy
· Vault toilets, parking area; but no drinking water available.
· Admission: Free
· Camping: Not Allowed
· Pets: Allowed, owners are expected to clean up after pet (s).