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Hells Backbone Road

Hells Backbone Road is a 44 mile gravel road that reaches massive heights and spans many different landscapes from green forest near Lake Posey to desert rocks near Hells Backbone Bridge and ending in a lush farm setting and reaches an elevation of over 9,000 feet. Hells Backbone is off of Rt. 12 in Utah which may be the country’s most interesting road. Hells Backbone Bridge is a narrow bridge that crosses a valley with incredibly steep 1,500 feet deep drop offs on either side. I was on this road for a couple hours and besides the couple I saw at Lake Posey enjoying an afternoon lunch I didn’t see another soul around. It was a little lonesome at times and a little bit of worrying that if i happened to slip and fall they would never, ever find me. Some portions of the area were open ranges so it wasn’t uncommon to come around a corner to find massive and small cows standing in the middle of the road. It wasn’t easy to stop on the steep gravel road.