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Butler Wash Ruins
It is believed that the ruins at Butler Wash were inhabited during the 12th-13th centuries. The actual ruins are located on a ledge 2/3 of the way up a small cliff face. There are several hand and toe hold trails which are also visible in various locations. The main ruin is located in an alcove on a cliff ledge and is visible from an observation point which acts as an overlook for the ruins.

Several kivas are also located here: three square and one round.

A small arch is located close by. (Look to the right)

Location: Butler Wash Ruins are located in Southeastern Utah off Highway 95 (Trail of the Ancients) approx. 13-15 miles west of Blanding. The ruins are east of Comb Ridge.

Ballroom Cave Ruin and the Mule Canyon Ruins are close by.


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