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    Davis County Mines

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    Farmington Canyon had over 7 at one time. 2 years they blew the entrance to one of them that contained 3 floors (which was very easy to access from the road). But you can still see enter in most of the exploratory mines in that Canyon.

    Bait canyon has 4 but it's quite the hike up to them.

    Trevor and I planned a trip to Burro mine and got about 1/2mile away due to daylight running out - but man, that thing is near the summit it seems! A long trip
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    It seems like there's info out there about the Burro Mine, but I haven't found any info saying if it's still open. Do you know if it's open or been blown?

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