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Tag Archives: Salt Creek
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
Located in Upper Salt Creek in Canyonlands National Park, “Big Ruin” is the largest ancient pueblo ruin found within the park.
BREAKING NEWS: Federal judge issues landmark decision in our favor « Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance
May 27, 2011 BREAKING NEWS: Federal judge issues landmark decision in our favor Great kick-off to Memorial Day Weekend! Federal Judge Bruce S. Jenkins issues landmark decision in our favor! Salt Creek Canyon in Canyonlands National Park is NOT a … Continue reading
It’s January and time to start dreaming about spring backpacking trips, rock art panels, cliff dwellings, canyons, canyon wrens and desert wildflowers. At least, it is for me.
Next week’s blog will be posted the following week. I am leaving for Canyonlands National Park this afternoon for a 6 day backpack into Salt Creek. I expect to find lots of new blogging material while I’m there–Salt Creek is incredibly rich in archaeological as well … Continue reading