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Published on Mar 3, 2010
A highlight of Hell's Backbone Road is this narrow bridge which makes a dramatic crossing over a deep chasm. Hell's Backbone Road was built in the 1930s as an alternate route between the towns of Escalante and Boulder, Utah. The dirt road reaches an elevation of 9000 feet and skirts the edge of Box-Death Hollow Wilderness.