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Devil's Slide, Morgan

4.4
#386 of 479 in Outdoors in Utah
Outdoor Activity · Hidden Gem
Devil's Slide is a geological formation located near the border of Wyoming in northern Utah's Weber Canyon, near the community of Croydon in Morgan County, Utah, United States. The slide consists of two parallel limestone strata that have been tilted to lie vertical, protruding 40 feet (12 m) out of the mountainside. Intervening layers have eroded more quickly, forming a channel some 8 feet (2.4 m) wide running hundreds of feet down the mountain.
I-84 runs right past Devil's Slide, which can be clearly seen from the road. The Weber River flows between the formation and the freeway. There are parking areas on both sides of the highway for viewing the slide.
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  • Blink and you’ll miss it, but there is a scenic off ramp viewing area where you can stop and take pictures.  more »
  • We were in the area, making calls on the Holcim cement plant that is located nearby...and our companies representative introduced me to this geological outcropping. It's a very interesting formation....  more »
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  • Unbelievable natural formation. Easy spot to pull over for pictures or just to enjoy the view. No public access on the other side of the river, but it seems to be a popular spit for fishermen. The limestone walls are over 30 feet in some places
  • Passed this year's ago when I drove truck. Its absolutely amazing to think about its creation. There was only one real issue keeping this from a 5 star rating. Maybe it has changed since I was by, but, the parking was absolutely horrible. We would have stopped but with a semi there was no place to park, especially considering there was barely any room for cars. However, given that, I will say the formation was really awesome and for that reason you should go see it if you have the chance!

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