Glen Canyon
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Recreation Area

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area (shortened to Glen Canyon NRA or GCNRA) is a recreation and conservation unit of the National Park Service (USA) that encompasses the area around Lake Powell and lower Cataract Canyon in Utah and Arizona, covering 1,254,429 acres (5,076 km2) of mostly desert. The recreation area borders Capitol Reef National Park and Canyonlands National Park on the north, Gran…
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Historic Trade Routes Connecting the Southwest
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The Golden Cathedral is an incredible sandstone alcove featuring an awe-inspirin…
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Willow Gulch is a beautiful Escalante canyon located off of the lower end of Hol…
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Llewellyn Gulch, a tributary canyon of Lake Powell, south of Escalante, Utah, in…
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Davis Gulch, a tributary slot canyon of Lake Powell, south of Escalante, Utah. R…
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Rock Canyon, a scenic narrow gorge meeting the Colorado River at the north end o…
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Ferry Swale Canyon is a short, red-walled drainage, narrow at the lower end, whi…
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The Spencer Trail is located in the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area at Lee'…
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Lees Ferry is a tiny settlement beneath the Vermilion Cliffs beside the Colorado…
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The Hanging Garden trail is located in the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area …
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Lees Ferry is located in the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area near Marble Ca…
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Navajo Bridge is located in the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area near Marble…
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The Spencer Trail at Lees Ferry, beside the Colorado River in north Arizona, is …
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East Sevenmile Canyon is short, narrow ravine in a remote location on the north …
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