Exploring Utah's Bears Ears and Cedar Mesa (häftad)
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Exploring Utah's Bears Ears and Cedar Mesa

A Guide to Hiking, Backpacking, Scenic Drives, and Landmarks

Häftad,  Engelska, 2021-05-07
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Explore Bears Ears and Cedar Mesa is a comprehensive guide to 25 of the best destinations within one of Americas newest national monuments. Whether youre a hiker or backpacker looking for the route that makes the most of the lands natural beauty, or a day-tripper in search of the best views to photograph, this guide will take you there with comprehensive descriptions, maps, and directions. With the help of the Friends of Cedar Mesa, this guide aims to educate and lead visitors to experience some of the magic of Bears Ears with respect for its history and the fragile environment. Enjoy the awe-inspiring and delicate beauty of one of the most unique areas in the American Southwest while learning about its geology, history, and stunning natural monuments.
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