Few People Know About This Utah Natural Wonder Hidden In The Desert

Paul Bunyan is a folklore character that dates back to the 1800s. Legend says that Bunyan is a giant lumberjack known for his strength and speed at cutting down trees (as well as his blue ox named Babe!). While individuals of all ages have likely heard Bunyan’s name, many don’t know that there is a natural feature in the central Utah desert that is a reminder of this legendary character. Today’s adventure takes us to Paul Bunyan’s Woodpile.

For directions to this remote trailhead, visit the Juab County website.

Have you ever hiked to Paul Bunyan’s Woodpile? If so, what did you think of this unique natural wonder? Let us know in the comments!

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Address: Paul Bunyans Woodpile, Utah, USA