Definition of Canyonlands National Park
1. Noun. A national park in Utah having rock formations and ancient cliff dwellings; canyons of the Green River and the Colorado River.
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Literary usage of Canyonlands National Park
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1. The Great American Wilderness: Touring America's National Parks by Larry H. Ludmer (2000)
"... Canyonlands National Park Canyonlands, as the name implies, is an area of deep, colorful canyons. It is a land filled with natural arches, ..."
2. Land Ownership: Similarities & Differences in the Management of Selected by Lloyd L. Adams, Alfred T. Brown, Paul C. Grace, James R. Hunt (1998)
"Source: Officials from Dead Horse Point State Park and Canyonlands National Park. As table II. 1 shows, both Dead Horse Point State Park and Canyonlands ..."
3. Wild Land Shrub and Arid Land Restoration Symposium: Proceedings edited by Bruce A. Roundy, E. Durant McArthur, Jennifer S. Hayley, David K. Mann (1996)
"Reports of similar foliar damage have been reported in Canyonlands National Park, Arches National Park, Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado National Monument ..."
4. Dams and Rivers: Primer on the Downstream Effects of Dams by Michael Collier, Robert H. Webb, John C. Schmidt (1998)
"The river's source in Wyoming's Wind River Range is 730 miles upstream from its confluence with the Colorado River in Utah's Canyonlands National Park. ..."
5. Lesser Known Areas of the National Park System (1994)
"Canyonlands National Park 125 West Second, South, Moab, UT 84532 (801)259-7164 Colorful rocks, spires, gorges, and 7800-foot mesas. ..."