What not to miss

Small farms and local cuisine
Old schoolhouse / Town hall

Boulder Town was long known as the “last frontier in Utah,” and for good reason—the high-elevation settlement was so isolated that, until 1935, mail was delivered by horseback rider and fresh milk was delivered by mules to the nearby town of Escalante. That milk often turned into butter on the rough routes over slickrock. First settled in 1894, the town was named for the volcanic boulders scattered across the slopes of nearby Boulder Mountain.

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