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The Prong-horn population is growing, often seen in Zion Natl Park and increasingly in our local slot canyons.

The Prong-horn population is growing, often seen in Zion Natl Park and increasingly in our local slot canyons.

Angels Landing in Zion National Park, Utah.  Ha!  I climbed this monster on May 26th, 2013.  It. Was. Hell.  It almost killed us but we made it all 1,488 feet to the top by using these chains...what an amazing feeling of accomplishment!    ~KK

Angels Landing in Zion National Park, Utah. Ha! I climbed this monster on May 26th, 2013. It. Was. Hell. It almost killed us but we made it all 1,488 feet to the top by using these chains...what an amazing feeling of accomplishment! ~KK

The Great 58 - Part 8: Bryce Canyon National Park

The Great 59 - Part 8: Bryce Canyon National Park

Fantasy Canyon is located about 25 miles south of Vernal, in northeastern Utah, United States. This small area, which is not really a canyon, is packed with some of the most uniquely weathered rock formations bearing colorful descriptive names such as “Flying Witch”, “Screaming Man” and “Alien Head”...

Fantasy Canyon is located about 25 miles south of Vernal, in northeastern Utah, United States. This small area, which is not really a canyon, is packed with some of the most uniquely weathered rock formations bearing colorful descriptive names such as “Flying Witch”, “Screaming Man” and “Alien Head”...

Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park, Utah, US. Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park is located near Zion National Park and Kanab, Utah. The Dunes are formed from the erosion of pink-colored Navajo Sandstone surrounding the park. High winds passing through the notch between the Moquith and Moccasin mountains pick up loose sand particles and then drop them onto the dunes because of the Venturi effect. The Dunes are estimated to be between 10,000 and 15,000 years old.

Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park, Utah, US. Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park is located near Zion National Park and Kanab, Utah. The Dunes are formed from the erosion of pink-colored Navajo Sandstone surrounding the park. High winds passing through the notch between the Moquith and Moccasin mountains pick up loose sand particles and then drop them onto the dunes because of the Venturi effect. The Dunes are estimated to be between 10,000 and 15,000 years old.

Checkerboard Mesa Arches National Park Photograph by Dave Mills

Checkerboard Mesa Arches National Park

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