Take a step back in time on a remarkable journey through the spectacular canyons of Grand Gulch in Bears Ears National Monument, southeastern Utah. This backpacking trip surveys the central portion of Grand Gulch, an outdoor museum of the Anasazi culture. It contains an astonishing number of cliff dwellings, granaries and rock art left behind by the ancient ancestral puebloans. Hiking through Grand Gulch, as the ancient Anasazi and Fremont Indian’s once did a thousand years ago, is the best way to experience the many unique archaeological sites and the stunning natural beauty of these sandstone canyons. You will witness first-hand some of the most well-preserved ruins in the country and learn about the mysterious culture that once thrived in the region. This hike is a true gem in the Southwest and largely unknown. Experience fantastic solitude not found in the more well-known Utah canyons and walk away with a new-found fascination for the ancient indigenous people who once called this home. This Utah hiking tour is one you won’t soon forget.