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The Condor's Land
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© Christine Till - CT-Graphics
Vermilion Cliffs National Monument, a monolith towering between Fredonia and Page in the far north of Arizona, is one of the most spectacular and extensive, unusually colorful cliff faces in the US which stretches out for 294,000-acres.
Much of this wilderness is remote and isolated, a place for people to explore by themselves. Whether history, scenery or wildlife gets you moving (the area is home to at least twenty species of raptors including endangered California Condors), Vermilion Cliffs has something for every Arizona traveler. But most travelers on their way between Zion National Park, the Grand Canyon and Lake Powell, zip by without stopping to explore the huge red hills, deep, rugged canyons, high cliffs and spectacular sandstone formations of the scenic, unspoiled Vermillion Cliffs region.
November 24th, 2011
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