101 Ways to Experience San Juan County

The San Juan Record is pleased to release the new 101 Ways to Experience San Juan County Visitors Guide.
The packed 64-page magazine is included in this issue of the newspaper and is distributed by the tens of thousands throughout the area at visitor centers and businesses.
The book is full of spectacular photos, many from readers of the San Juan Record.
Cam Marcus, a photographer from Arlington, TX, provides the stunning cover photo of the Milky Way galaxy from the bottom of the Moki Dugway.
Local residents and visitors alike are anxious to have a great summer in San Juan County. The guide is intended to help in that effort. There are a number of new adventures in the 2024 version of the magazine, which includes glossy color on every page.
New ideas include disc golfing, the Bears Ears Marathon, Hite Bridge, Hurrah Pass, Blanding Fall Festival, Horizon movies, Farmers Markets, and more!
“We at the Blanding Visitor Center love this publication so much!” said Lynne Shumway, director of the Blanding Visitor Center. “101 Ways to Experience San Juan County is one of the most useful tools to have for visitors.”
Every corner of San Juan County is included, from the waters of Lake Powell to the Four Corners Monument to Dead Horse Point.
“Our biggest challenge each year is narrowing down the options to just 101 ways to experience San Juan County,” said San Juan Record Editor Bill Boyle. “In fact, this year we added one more, so there are actual 102 ways to experience San Juan County!”
The guide includes two checklists, a list of the 102 ways to experience the area and a list of advertisers in the guide. In addition to the publication, the magazine can be found at www.sjr101.com.
The San Juan Record website and Facebook page will include updates and weekly reminders of the 101 list.
In addition, Redrock92 Radio will remind listeners about the availability of the visitor guide.

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