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Utah State highway- 128

Utah State highway- 128

November 2019 ยท 2 min read

Utah State highway- 128

Utah 128

Is a famous highway for its scenic view. The high was the connection bridge between Denver-grandJunction and Moab. The highway starts with a huge plane lands and ends in Moa. With a lot of blind curves with great mountains. The later part of the utah highway 128 runs along with Colorado river.

Camera used
Nikon D5300

And photo edits at photoshop Express android app.

The travel story started exactly an year back when I visited Colorado and utah. Off the 5 days journey we travelled Denver, Rocky mountains, Grand Junction, Moab and Aspen ๐Ÿ˜Š

The above picture was captured when I was travelling from grand Junction to Moab. And the road I took was State Highway 128.

From the Interstate take an exit for Cisco and traveled in SH 128. The SH 128 is a must do travel for every tourist travelling from Grand Junction to Moab.


The road starts with a flat deserted land where you can see what's going on a mile away. And the SH 128 travels and makes a curved path till the end.
The entire length is around 44 miles.

We stopped at a abondanded town Cisco and it was abandoned beautiful place. No one in town and we were all for ourrself.
Here is one picture


Moving forward from ther we enter the waving roads, all ups and downs. We spotted pronghorns on the way, stopped and clicked lot of pictures of those 3 pronghorns.
Below are some pictures I captured


From there we stopped at lot of places where we felt comfortable. And the warning we found was,the roads were with no shoulders. And very few shoulders to stop 1 car at a time.

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We reached the burnt hanging bridge( once known as longest hanging wooden bridge). The wooden bridge was built across colorado river and burnt down by a shepherd boy.


From the bridge, we start seeing curvy roads with lot of blind curves and mountains are found in either sides of roads. Among those thousands of the pictures, above ate few

All pictures were captured by me in my camera.
Have a nice day.

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