This article describes the 'discovery' of a tall metal object with triangular cross section in the Utah wilderness by a helicopter crew. Where is this, and if you wanted to get there how could that be done? It is stated to be "close to" a road though it looks like wilderness.
Though the article does not disclose the location obviously at least a few people know where it is. Perhaps it is visible on Google Maps or something similar that people knowledgeable with the area would be able to use to determine its location.
Furthermore the people who put the object there were able to do so despite having to haul in some equipment etc. so it has to be reasonably accessible.
Here's a photo from the article:
(It is triangular as seen from above, the point is aimed at the crevasse)
It was a three-sided metal monolith, about 10 to 12 feet tall, planted firmly in the ground
The Art Newspaper observed that the object resembled the “free-standing plank sculptures” of the Minimalist artist John McCracken...
The object was found in a remote area that Aaron Bott, a spokesman for the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, described as rugged and very rocky, with many canyons and potential hazards. “It’s a tough place to get to on vehicle and on foot,” he said.
There are roads close by, but to haul the materials to cut into the rock, and haul the metal, which is taller than 12 feet in sections — to do all that in that remote spot is definitely interesting.”
The authorities declined to disclose the exact location of the monolith, saying that attempts to visit it could be dangerous. “If individuals were to attempt to visit the area, there is a significant possibility they may become stranded and require rescue,” the Department of Public Safety said.
But the department indicated that the monolith was on federally managed land — Utah has millions of acres of it ...
aerial footage showing the object installed within a red rock canyon suggests that it lives somewhere in southern Utah, which has a distinct topological landscape.