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Colorado Rustrel--Worth Time If We've Been to Utah

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I am trying to plan out our too short time in the Luberon and to figure out whether we should save time for the Colorado Rustrel. I visited Roussillon many years ago and thought the Sentier des Ocres was gorgeous. However, at that time, I had never been to Utah.

We have been to the national parks in Utah a number of times in the last 15 years, and I am wondering whether the Colorado Rustrel is much different than say, Bryce.

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