River otters, Rocky Mountain elk, mule deer, Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep, beavers, Bald Eagles, Magpies, and Brown Trout in the Flaming Gorge National Recreation area.
From Vernal, head north along US 191 for 32 miles to its junction with UT 44. Continue along 191 for 4 miles to the marked pullout and trailhead, just beyond Flaming Gorge Resort. Simply follow the trail from the road for about 1.5 miles to the overlook, then retrace your route back to your vehicle. Be on the lookout for elk, mule deer and numerous species of birds in the area. There is also a side route (signed) that leads to the Flaming Gorge Resort where you'll find a restaurant, grocery store, cabin rentals and gasoline. Recreation Fee Pass required. For more information, call the US Forest Service, Flaming Gorge Ranger District at (435) 784-3445.