One hundred-foot-tall sandstone spires form the Doll House in the Maze, the most remote section of the 520-square-mile Canyonlands National Park in southeastern Utah.
One hundred-foot-tall sandstone spires form the Doll House in the Maze, the most remote section of the 520-square-mile Canyonlands National Park in southeastern Utah. Brad Branan bbranan@sacbee.com
One hundred-foot-tall sandstone spires form the Doll House in the Maze, the most remote section of the 520-square-mile Canyonlands National Park in southeastern Utah. Brad Branan bbranan@sacbee.com

Arches vs. Canyonlands: The rocky relationship of two national parks

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