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17th Annual Bluff Balloon festival

For the last 17 years in Bluff Utah, there has been an amazing sight in the skies.
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Hot air balloons from all over come and are released in the clouds above Bluff.

The international festival will be help January 16th-18th, 2015. There are several activities that will be held over the weekend.

Friday the 16th they’ll fly over bluff at 7am, then at 5pm there will be a Navajo Taco Benefit supper held at Bluff Elementary school.

Saturday the 17th, the balloons lift off at 7am, there will be an Arts Fair, Chili and Ice cream social and a glow-in.

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Sunday the 18th, it will be held at Valley of the Gods.

I am excited to take my kids this year, they have never been. They’ve driven to and though bluff, but have never seen the sights of hot air balloons. Its going to be a surprise for them.


Bluff Utah is 30 minutes South of Blanding. Blanding is 1 hour and 30 minutes South of Moab. Just in case you were wondering.

Bluff Elementary: Old Main HWY 191, Bluff Utah


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