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Glitter Mountain | St. George, UT melinda Fri, 09/09/2016 - 23:02
We made another trip down to St. George recently and the kids can't get over the excitement of Glitter Mountain, so we made a trip back out to the old gypsum pit to do some amatuer mining. This time when we went it was a bright, clear, sunny day and the moment we rounded the old dirt road and saw Glitter Mountain come into view my breath may have caught for a moment. It is truly astounding to see the bright light sparkling all over the mountainside. Pictures really don't do it justice, the entire mountainside really does shine! The

That time we were on TV with Studio5 with our Ultimate Summer Bucket List

The Salt Project is going to be on Studio5's Out & About Segment today at 11 AM! We hope you'll tune in! Because, we have a giveaway and a coupon code for you all! You'll want to watch the segment to see which place we are doing a surprise giveaway! Studio5 helped us create an Ultimate Summer Bucket List! Here's five places you need to check off your list. Ultimate Summer Bucket List Glitter Mountain | St. George, Ut Mine your own GLITTER people! Stephanie's kids are still obsessed with this place. Kanarraville Falls | Kanarraville, Ut Hike slot canyons

Glitter Mountain *Updated with new map! | St. George | Roadtrippin'

***************When The Salt Project originally wrote about Glittler Mountain, years ago, we did our homework. There was no claim on this mine. We called the BLM in Arizona to verify. Since then, it appears there is a claim on the mine. (We've also called and haven't been able to verify the claims.) Either way, if there are signs up (which there were not when we went) follow the RULES. We are not responsible for your actions. Yes, we when went, we used giant tools and had a bucket, but again, there were no rules at the time that we were
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