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Tag Archives: Canyonlands National Park
This row of granaries is located in the Salt Creek Canyon, in the Needles District of Canyonlands National Park. This canyon contains a year-round stream, fragile archaeological resources, delicate vegetation and wildlife. Currently, a recent decision by a Federal District … Continue reading
One of the ancient structures located in the Salt Creek Archaeological District, in Canyonlands National Park.
Located in Upper Salt Creek in Canyonlands National Park, “Big Ruin” is the largest ancient pueblo ruin found within the park.
I have just returned from a backpacking trip, exploring a remote canyon system in Canyonlands National Park, UT. In addition to the incredible desert canyon scenery, you can see some of the more interesting archaeological sites to be found in the Southwest. Rock … Continue reading