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072 - Utah Desert Trails (Print)
Photograph America Newsletter on Utah Desert Trails
 
There are some fascinating locations hidden away along the more remote back roads of southern Utah, including the Windows on the Paria - an easy walk down the Paria River to photograph the many eroded openings along the base of redrock cliffs. It's an easy half-day walk in the shadows of the canyon. You'll get directions to a great panoramic landscape along the East Kaibab Monocline about halfway up the Cottonwood Road, plus more panoramic scenes along the remote Wolverine Loop Road off the Burr Trail, and details about photographing Solomon's Temple in the remote country north of Capitol Reef's Cathedral Valley. This issue includes tips on many other photo locations around southern Utah.
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Printed Issue, sent via USPS
Updated - December 2012
There are some fascinating locations hidden away along the more remote back roads of southern Utah, including the Windows on the Paria–an easy walk own the Paria River to photograph the many eroded openings along the base of redrock cliffs. It’s an easy half-day walk in the shadows of the canyon.
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Locations
  • Arches National Park
  • Balancing Rocks
  • Bisti Wilderness, NM
  • Bryce Canyon National Park
  • Buckskin Gulch, Utah
  • Burr Trail
  • Canyon de Chelly
  • Canyonlands National Park
  • Capitol Reef National Park
  • The Cockscomb
  • Coral Pink Sand Dunes
  • Cottonwood Road
  • Escalante
  • Goblin Valley, Utah
  • Little Bown Bench
  • Monument Valley
  • Natural Bridge National Monument
  • Paria River
  • San Rafael Swell
  • Slot Canyons
  • Soloman's Temple
  • The Wave
  • Windows on the Paria
  • Zion National Park