Galleries 7
Collections 0
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Created 18-Dec-12
Modified 18-Mar-17
The Colorado Plateau covering parts of four states (UT, CO, NM, AZ) with its innumerable features and sights has to be the greatest celebration of sedimentary geology on the planet! In addition to its 10 National Parks, the Colorado Plateau also hosts 17 National Monuments. As well, there are many more separate sites on Forest Service lands, Bureau of Land Management lands, State Parks, and Tribal lands. The galleries in this group cover a few of these locations. As well many of these sites being located on tribal land, they are often also areas sacred to tribal history and traditions.

Lower and Upper Antelope Canyon, Page, Arizona

Visitors 5
63 photos
Created 10-Oct-12
Modified 10-Oct-12
Lower and Upper Antelope Canyon, Page, Arizona

Goblin Valley and Little Wildhorse Canyon

Visitors 4
81 photos
Created 18-Dec-12
Modified 18-Dec-12
Goblin Valley and Little Wildhorse Canyon

Vermillion Cliffs, Navajo Bridges and Horseshoe Bend

Visitors 4
14 photos
Created 30-Sep-12
Modified 30-Sep-12
Vermillion Cliffs, Navajo Bridges and Horseshoe Bend

AZ/UT National Monuments

Visitors 1
66 photos
Created 20-Dec-12
Modified 20-Dec-12
AZ/UT National Monuments

LakePowell_RainbowBridge

Visitors 4
40 photos
Created 24-Dec-12
Modified 24-Dec-12
LakePowell_RainbowBridge

Coral Pink Sand Dunes SP, Utah

Visitors 2
22 photos
Created 27-Jan-13
Modified 27-Jan-13
Coral Pink Sand Dunes SP, Utah

Monument Valley, Arizona

Visitors 23
53 photos
Created 11-Dec-12
Modified 11-Dec-12
Monument Valley, Arizona