The Dirty Devil River is a river in Southern Utah, the story goes that During an expedition on the Colorado River, John Wesley Powell and his team floated past a tributary stream that was very muddy and full of sediment. One of the crew said “What A Dirty Devil!”.
The Dirty Devil River is a 80-mile long tributary of the Colorado River, located in the U.S. state of Utah. It flows through southern Utah from the confluence of Fremont River and Muddy Creek to the Colorado River.
There are many magnificent views from atop huge cliffs looking down at the Dirty Devil, here are some photos I took from atop Bert Mesa. (N 38° 07.625 W 110° 25.113)
– Dirty Devil River –
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