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Mount Logan Wilderness

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Mt. Logan Wilderness is located in a very remote, rugged portion of the Arizona Strip, that portion of Arizona north of the Grand Canyon. It is approximately a 1 1/2 hour drive from the Tuweep Overlook of Grand Canyon National Park and provides long-distance views south toward the Grand Canyon and north to St. George, Utah and the Vermilion Cliffs along the Utah/Arizona border. Services and facilities are only located in St. George, Utah or Colorado City and Fredonia, Arizona, some 70-80 miles distant. To obtain information and maps of the area, contact the St. George Interagency Visitors Center at (435) 688-3200, located at 345 East Riverside Drive, St. George, Utah.

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