Facing the ridge from the west you'll quickly see how it got its name - at least that's what Don has thought since first seeing it May 2004.
Comb Ridge is an immense sandstone formation tilted at an angle of about 20 degrees and just about 80 miles (128 km) long running north - south. Comb Wash and Butler Wash roads run on either side of the ridge and while we use the term "road" you need to remember you're out in the boonies.
EF 24-70 (48mm) f/8 1/200 ISO100
We still had a couple hours before sunset and neither of us had ever seen the eastern side of the ridge we decided to take Butler Wash Road south back towards Bluff. While we found the scenery not as appealing as the western side it does offer it's own unique scenery. The road is slightly better than Comb Wash Road and for the most part felt a non 4x4 could be safe here but as always you need to be careful.