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5th annual

Bears Ears Summer Gathering

Hosted by Utah Diné Bikéyah, Ute, Diné, and Pueblo Peoples

JULY 19 – 21, 2019
Kigalia Guard Station
Elk Ridge Road

TRIBAL MEMBERS ARE INVITED TO COME CELEBRATE NATIVE CULTURES

  • FREE FOOD, CAMPING & CULTURAL ACTIVITIES
    Bring your own camping gear: tents, camp
    chairs, water, foodstuff (breakfasts & snacks),
    flashlights, etc.
  • The Kigalia Guard Station is 50 minutes
    from any gas station or grocery store
  • No dogs, ATVs, vending, drugs, or alcohol

FOR MORE INFORMATION
CONTACT MEREDITH BENALLY AT:
MEREDITH@UTAHDINEBIKEYAH.ORG
Phone: (801) 403-6125

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The Bears Ears Summer Gathering is on U.S. Forest Service lands, and are ancestral lands of the Indigenous peoples of the Bears Ears region.

Follow us:

From Blanding, head head south on US-191 S/S Main St and travel 3.9 miles. Turn right onto UT-95 N and travel 6.3 miles. Turn right onto Co Rd 228/Cottonwood and travel 4.9 miles. Slight left to stay on Co Rd 228/Cottonwood and travel 0.4 miles. Continue onto Elk Mountain (South Elks Road #092) and travel 14.5 miles. Turn left onto Elk Ridge Road #088 and travel 1.4 miles. Turn right onto Kigalia Guard Station Road #107

KIGALIA CANYON TRAIL INFORMATION