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Travel Tip: Paria Canyon

By Mike Koopsen Hiking through some of the Paria Canyon (straddling the UT/AZ border) while crossing the Paria River multiple times, expect cold water, lots of slippery mud, and possibly quicksand. If you are unfortunate enough to get stuck the … Continue reading

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And the winner is…

Wow, what a beautiful assortment of entries to choose from this week! While the rest of the country is anxiously awaiting spring and the melt of massive amounts of snow that have made winter miserable, those of us lucky enough … Continue reading

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Friday Photo 4/4

Pictographs in Sego Canyon in Utah, not far from Green River just off I-70. Photo by Mike Koopsen, Trails Traveled Photography, www.shutterfly.com/pro/koopsenphotography/landscapes.  

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Comb Ridge Migration

by Larry Lindahl The jutting height and near-perfect straightness of Comb Ridge defines the landscape of southeastern Utah. One side of the ridge faces each day’s sunset with 80 miles of sheer cliffs. The other side is a wide, steep ramp carved into convoluted sandstone … Continue reading

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Friday Photo 1/24

    Hovenweep National Monument, located between Cortez, CO, and Blanding, UT. Photo by Larry Lindahl for his upcoming book with Greg McNamee, Ancient Southwest.

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