Utah: Canyonlands National Park

Canyonlands National Park is carved by the Colorado River and its tributaries, dividing it into four areas. There are whitewater rapids, historical rock paintings, awe-inspiring mesas with panoramic overlooks, and canyons made for technical rock climbing. 

Canyonlands artwork showcases desert lightscapes among iconic arches and mesas.

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Washer Woman

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While Mesa Arch may be the highlight for sunrise visitors at Canyonlands National Park, just to the right of the arch is this captivating scene. Washer Woman is a rock formation that looks like a w...

Candlestick Tower

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Candlestick Tower is a 450 foot tall sandstone butte located in the Island in the Sky District.

Canyonlands National P...

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Holbrook Overlook, Island in the Sky District, Canyonlands NP, UT. View to the west over the White Rim Trail and the Green River. A medium format analog capture exposed on Rollei R3 film, taken wit...

Mesa Arch II

$190 $2,100

Out 2 hours before dawn, I drive 45 minutes then hike ~ ½ mile in the darkness to the Mesa Arch in Canyonlands National Park, UT. As the sun breaks over the horizon, I realize that I’m witnessing...

Canyonlands Boudoir

$180 $2,100

The Maze, Canyonlands National Park, is known as the most inaccessible part of the most inaccessible National Park in the contiguous United States. While the Maze is indeed a maze of stunning canyo...

Storm at Green River

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As a desert monsoon brings a new level of drama and contrast to an already dramatic landscape, one can begin to understand the erosive power of a deluge.

Stone Face - Canyonlan...

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Melting snow and twisted juniper frame a butte with almost human face.