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062 - The Bisti Wilderness, New Mexico (Print)
Photograph America Newsletter on the Bisti Wilderness, New Mexico
 
Looking for someplace really different in the Southwest? Here are the details to help you plan a photo exploration of some very remote geological formations in northwestern Mew Mexico. This wilderness covers an area of 45,000 acres that includes an area with many petrified trees located about fourteen miles east of Bisti. With some help from this newsletter, you can find large areas covered with strangely-shaped stones balancing on tall pedestals. Many of these formations are only a short walk from the western entrances, some are many miles east, through a maze of sandstone canyons. You won't find any tourists here. A map plus lodging and restaurant information is included.

12-4-2006: The formation known as "The Fish" on the cover of this newsletter on The Bisti/De-Na-Zin Wilderness in northwestern New Mexico has collapsed.
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This newsletter has the details to help you plan a photo exploration of some very remote geological formations in northwestern Mew Mexico. This wilderness covers an area of 45,000 acres that includes an area with many petrified trees located about fourteen miles east of Bisti.
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Locations
  • Bisti/De-Na-Zin Wilderness
  • Crownpoint, NM
  • De-Na-Zin Wilderness
  • Farmington, NM
  • Four Corners Region
  • "Mushroom" City
  • Shiprock, NM