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Surrounded by rock on all sides, this view is looking up 90 feet  from the bottom of our first rappel.
Moab, Utah

Canyonlands: Moab, UT

Stewart L. Udall, Secretary of the Interior, September 12, 1964: “…this area has been reserved as a National Park for all mankind, for all ages.” The confluence of the Green and Colorado Rivers divide Canyonlands National Park into three sections:…

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Looking through the Eye of the Whale arch
Moab, Utah

Moab UT: Arches National Park

“Wilderness. The word itself is music.” ― Edward Abbey, Desert Solitaire Arches National Park sits atop a 300 million year old underground salt bed. Over time, residue from floods covered the salt bed and was compressed into rock. The unstable…

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Arch Sunset by Matt Morgan
Utah

Utah: Breathtaking Beauty

Driving along a winding, narrow cliff, a 1300-foot drop on the driver’s side, I clung to my heart, with the rest of me halfway out the passenger-side window. Hiking slick rock at seemingly a 90-degree angle, I came to a…

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