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Canyonlands National Park Panoramic Picture

Canyonlands National Park Panoramic Picture

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This panoramic photograph of Canyonlands National Park was taken by James Blakeway. It features a view of Canyonlands as seen looking through Mesa Arch. Authorized as a national park in 1964, the park contains a maze of deep canyons, mesas, spires, arches, and other geological features carved by wind and water. The air quality in this area is reputed as some of the clearest in the country. The snow-capped La Sal Mountains, visible through Mesa Arch, is approximately thirty-five miles in the distance. To a large degree, Canyonlands remains untrammeled. Its roads are mostly unpaved, its trails primitive, its rivers free-flowing. This is wild America.
Canyonlands National Park Panoramic Picture - Grand View Point Overlook

Canyonlands National Park Panoramic Picture - Grand View Point Overlook

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This panorama of Grand View Point in the Island in the Sky District of Canyonlands National Park was taken by James Blakeway. Located on the southern-most spot on the Island in the Sky mesa, Grand View Point is considered to have some of the best views in the Park with sheer cliffs on three sides. The views encompass vast areas of red rock cliffs, distant mountain ranges on the horizon and a complex network of canyons, with the Colorado and Green Rivers acting as the powerful landscaper, carving thousand-foot trenches into the earth. Prominently featured south of Grand View Point and pictured along the horizon to the right is Junction Butte, an isolated mesa of Wingate sandstone.
Canyonlands National Park Panoramic Picture - Mesa Arch

Canyonlands National Park Panoramic Picture - Mesa Arch

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The iconic Mesa Arch in Canyonlands National Park is found in the sandstone cliffs that comprise the Island in the Sky District of Canyonlands. The Arch spans fifty feet and sits on the edge of a 500-foot vertical cliff with a 1,200-foot drop into Buck Canyon. It is classified as a pothole arch because it was formed by surface water that pooled on the sandstone behind the arch and slowly eroded the rock over time. Mesa Arch provides a frame for the stunning rugged canyon country of the Canyonlands landscape and is popular for sunrise hikes.
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Canyonlands Panoramic Pictures

Canyonlands National Park is a popular recreational destination in southeastern Utah, drawing over 400,000 park visitors each year. Its unique and varied geography make the park suitable for a number of recreational uses, such as hiking, mountain biking, backpacking and four-wheeling. Canyonlands panoramic pictures capture a colorful, red-tinged landscape carved into a variety of formations by the Green and Colorado Rivers.

Panoramas of Canyonlands National Park capture some of the clearest, cleanest skies in the entire United States. The park shares similar views with Arches National Park, as the La Sal Mountains can be seen in the distance.

With a wide variety of colorful, often-surreal features, panoramic pictures of Canyonlands National Park inspire our imagination. Author Edward Abbey described the park as "the most weird, wonderful, magical place on earth - there is nothing else like it anywhere." Canyonlands panoramas certainly reveal this captivating scenery to be unique unto themselves.

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