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Zion National Park

May 29, 2015, 1 Comment

The Paiute Indians call it Mukuntuweap, “straight up place.” An apt name considering massive canyon walls soar to enormous heights to be f ...

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Bryce Canyon National Park

May 23, 2015, No comments

Hoodoo! Sound spooky? In truth, a hoodoo can have a spooky, eerie, yet whimsical, quality. What is a hoodoo? Hoodoo is the geologic term for the pilla ...

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Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve

May 17, 2015, No comments

Strange to think that the tallest sand dunes in the United States are actually high in the mountains, but it’s true. Great Sand Dunes National P ...

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El Malpais National Monument

May 13, 2015, No comments

El Malpais National Monument is one of the most unique outdoor adventure areas in the Southwest. El Malpais means “the bad country” in Spa ...

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Chaco Culture National Historical Park

May 7, 2015, No comments

There is a 20-miles stretch of Chaco Wash in the San Juan Basin that was a major center of Puebloan culture between AD 850 and 1250. There are nine ma ...

The turquoise waters of Bear Lake, Utah, lure visitors to the sandy shores.

Curecanti National Recreation Area

May 1, 2015, No comments

Sparkling blue waters, soaring mountains, needle spires and pristine wilderness — these words capture the natural wonder of Curecanti National Recre ...

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