San Juan County Commission will begin holding regular meetings on Navajo Nation| The Salt Lake Tribune

Monticello • San Juan County may have only 15,000 residents, but it’s the largest county in Utah by geography, sprawling across 5 million acres of canyons, mountains and rivers in the state’s southeast corner.

Driving from the hamlet of Navajo Mountain near Lake Powell to the county seat in Monticello takes over four hours. The towns of Oljato, Aneth, Montezuma Creek, Bluff and Spanish Valley are all an hour or more away from Monticello.

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