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CANYCanyonlands National Park (US National Park Service)
CANYCreative Alternatives of New York (est. 1969)
CANYCitizen Action of New York (Albany, NY)
CANYCorrectional Association of New York
CANYCanadian Association of New York (New York, NY)
CANYCareer Academy of New York (New York and Massachusetts)
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Using the desert town of Moab as a base (the campsite pool was a lifesaver), we also visited the breathtaking canyons of both Dead Horse State Park and Canyonlands National Park.
He then hiked six miles until he was found by rescuers near Canyonlands National Park.
Explore the Lockhart Basin before it becomes annexed into Canyonlands National Park! Vertical orange cliffs rise above blue-gray shale badlands, pottery shards litter the deep backcountry, and mountain sheep and cougars still roam.
In contrast, rodent populations stagnated in Utah's Canyonlands National Park, an area 300 miles away that the El Nino rains bypassed.
An elder brother, Lynn, also a prominent painter, helped create Canyonlands National Park.
Those visitors (and the 800,000 who go to nearby Canyonlands National Park every year) pump more than $300 million into the local economy and support over 3,800 tourism-related jobs.
This 103-mile loop winds through Canyonlands National Park to the Green River.
CANYONLANDS NATIONAL PARK, UT As measured by the National Park Service, the park interior is one of the quietest places in the United States.
Maternity colonies have been reported within passages in a large pile of boulders (Commissaris, 1961), in a sandstone crevice in a natural bridge in Canyonlands National Park (Brown et al., 2005), under exfoliating bark on snags of ponderosa pine (Rabe et al., 1998; Morrell et al., 1999), and in abandoned mines (Cockrum and Musgrove, 1964).
The winner, chosen in a random drawing of correct entries, will receive a Sierra Club rafting and backpacking trip for two in Canyonlands National Park, courtesy of Sierra Club Outings.
That bold warning appears at the entrance to many trails wending their way through Utah's Canyonlands National Park. In this harsh environment, a misplaced footstep can kill.