U.S. National Parks & Monuments

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Havasupai, Mohave County, ArizonaHavasupaiMohave County, ArizonaNavajo Falls, Havasupai Indian Reservation. Although Havasu Falls and Mooney Falls are much more famous, there are numerous other waterfalls and...Havasu Falls, Coconino County, ArizonaHavasu FallsCoconino County, ArizonaLocated in the isolated and remote Havasupai Indian Reservation it is part of the Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona. There is no Grand Canyon...Yosemite National Park, Mariposa County, CaliforniaYosemite National ParkMariposa County, California15 Incredible Yosemite National Park photos at: http://www.escapingabroad.com/blog/yosemite-national-park-photos/Grand Canyon South Rim, Grand Canyon Village, ArizonaGrand Canyon South RimGrand Canyon Village, ArizonaLooking out at the vastness of the Grand Canyon, almost unfathomable! More photos and info on visiting here:...Montezuma Castle National Monument, Yavapai County, ArizonaMontezuma Castle National MonumentYavapai County, ArizonaSome of the best preserved cliff dwellings in the country! More info at: http://www.escapingabroad.com/blog/photo-of-the-week-montezuma-castle/Bryce Canyon National Park, Garfield County, UtahBryce Canyon National ParkGarfield County, UtahThe American Southwest is home to some of the most unique, surreal and fascinating landscapes on earth. Bryce Canyon National Park is no exception...Carlsbad Caverns National Park, Eddy County, New MexicoCarlsbad Caverns National ParkEddy County, New MexicoThousands of bats fly out of a giant cave open and into the beautiful sunset. There's an amphitheater to watch from. Great end to a day of cave...Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument, Catron County, New MexicoGila Cliff Dwellings National MonumentCatron County, New MexicoWell preserved dwellings perched high up the side of a cliff; built into natural caves once lived in by the native Mogollon people over 700 years...Bandelier National Monument, Sandoval County, New MexicoBandelier National MonumentSandoval County, New MexicoMostly unknown national monument- Surrounded by beautiful scenery and forest. You can still enjoy climbing around the old dwellings inhabited...White Sands National Park, Otero County, New MexicoWhite Sands National ParkOtero County, New MexicoA desert full of powdery white sand. Like the Sahara, but smaller and white! Very pretty to watch the sunset here!
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