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Beyond the “Waves” – North Coyote Buttes

$22.95

Beyond The “Waves” 3rd edition is a comprehensive photo book featuring not only the internationally famous formation known as “The Wave” found in North Coyote Buttes but many other sites within the hiking permit area and several destinations that surround the permit boundary in the Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness Area.

While this beautiful hardcover book is fit for any library, with 80 pages and more than 200 photos of the magnificent rock formations, it is also a valuable resource for planning a trip or exploring the trip possibilities in this wonderful area of stone. Six updated maps some with easy to follow directions to enable the determined hiker to see more of what Vermilion Cliffs National Monument and North Coyote Buttes has to offer.

Hikers Guide to Paria Canyon

$8.00

Hikers Guide to Paria Canyon: Arizona Strip Field Office – Vermilion Cliffs National Monument – Kanab Field Office has been prepared by the US Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Mangement to help visitors enjoy their visit to the Paria Canyon portion of the Paria Canyon–Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness.

This 112,000 acre tract became part of the National Wilderness Preservation System on 28 August 1984. Appreciate the solitude, silence, and contrasts in living. Experience wilderness.

O Ye Mountains High – The Story of Pine Valley

$27.95

Cows have been responsible for a lot of Utah history. A lost cow led Ebenezer Bryce into the canyon that bears his name. His comment at the time was that “it was a heck of a place to lose a cow.”

In similar fashion, a lost cow led to the discovery of the mountain oasis now known as Pine Valley, Utah according to authors Bessie Snow and Elizabeth Snow Beckstrom in their book “O Ye Mountain High; The Story of Pine Valley.”