Guide to the National Parks of the Southwest
The southwestern United States is a region unlike any other, and its plethora of national parks and monuments illustrate this. Here, canyons record geologic time in a tableau of color; the history of western expansion reveals itself in hundred-year-old adobe walls; grand archaeological sites connect us to the ancient people who lived here hundreds of years ago; vast backcountries shelter flora and fauna found nowhere else on Earth.
Guide to the National Parks of the Southwest is perfect for anyone who yearns to explore America's greatest places. This guide covers 52 sites with great historical, biological, geological, or archaeological significance. Each one is different and unique. Each has a story to tell. There are caves, canyons, rivers, deserts, mountains, frontier forts, Spanish churches, cliff dwellings, and million-acre wildernesses, all places of mystery and magic where the power of natural forces and human history can be directly witnessed and experienced. 88 pages.
- By Rose Houk
- Trim size: 9" x 12"
- ISBN: 978-1583690369