National Park Service's outstanding Web site on Canyonlands National
Park features extensive information on trip-planning, backcountry use,
reservations, commercial trips, geology, scientific research, park management,
as well as natural and cultural resources. In additional, there are
also links to the Canyonlands Natural History Association's electronic
catalog, weather forecasts, river flows, and Utah travel information.
and Canyonlands National Parks: Taking Photos
Michael H. Reichmann found his three day expedition to Arches and Canyonlands
National Parks among the more satisfying trips in his life. He's eager
for other shutterbugs to share his experience, and provides tips about
travel, camping, and above all, shooting pictures.
Canyonlands and Arches, Utah
spring, Ray Rassmussen visits Canyonlands and Arches National Parks,
his heart set on seeing flowering plants and bathing in the clement
weather. Rassmussen has compiled a formidable guide to the parks, including
information about the Anasazi -- Native Americans who once made their
home in the area.
Fat Tire Festival
original Moab mountain bike get-together was produced by the Canyon
Country Cyclists bike club in 1985. For the first 11 years, this group
organized the event that is responsible for introducing the world to
Moab mountain biking. In 1996 the festival's production duties were
undertaken by a new, enthusiastic group of event producers/promoters
-- The Canyonlands Fat Tire Festival Organizing Committee.
Canyonlands Film Festival began in 1995 and is an annual festival for
independent film and video artists from around the world. It is primarily
sponsored by the Canyonlands Film Society, a non-profit organization
which seeks to expand and support the creation and screening of independently
produced film and video.