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Bluff Fort, Historic Site, Utah, History

Bluff Fort Historic Site

Hole-in-the-Rock pioneers established Bluff in 1880 and named the town after the area 300-foot sandstone bluffs. Visitors can gain a glimpse of frontier life, verdant farmland, and vast panoramic landscapes.

Southeastern Utah

Bluff and Vicinity

Bluff is the terminus of the well known Hole-In-The-Rock Trail on which Mormon pioneers traveled from southwestern to southeastern Utah over a daunting route. Portions of the original fort are interpreted at the Bluff Fort Historic Site. Many original historic sandstone Victorian-era homes are found in the community.

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