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Valley of the Gods, Utah
Just after dropping down from Cedar Mesa via the Moki Dugway, I found the unmarked road for Valley of the Gods. It was almost sunset, and a tiny sign informed me that I was headed onto a 17 mile dirt road. Even though I knew I was probably too late to properly enjoy (and photograph) the Valley of the Gods, I went ahead and checked it out. Valley of the Gods is often called a “little” Monument Valley — the famous collection of distinctive buttes that you’ve seen a thousand times before in western pictures. Monument Valley is about 30 miles …