Journey to the High Southwest: A Traveler's Guide by Robert L. Casey

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Author
Robert L. Casey
Publisher
Pacific Search Press
Date of release
Pages
398
ISBN
9780914718789
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Paperback
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Take an unforgettable journey to the spectacular Four Corners region of the American Southwest with this highly acclaimed guide. Whether you actually visit this magnificent land-where to borders of Utah, Arizona, Colorado, and New Mexico converge-or prefer to experience it from the comfort of an easy chair, this beautifully written book will inspire and guide you every step of the way. It contains complete information on the fascinating history, geography, and culture of the region; touring instructions for numerous trips throughout the area, with extensive coverage of Southwest Indian Country; Engaging personal narratives that bring the High Southwest alive in vivid detail; Meticulous listings of lodgings, restaurants, shops, outdoor activities, and cultural events. Explore these and other compelling destinations: The Spanish Rio Grande towns of Santa Fe, Albuquerque, Taos, and others in between; National and state parks and mountains, such as Mesa Verde, Bryce Canyon, Grand Staircase Escalante, Capitol Reef, Canonlands, Sunset Crater, Dead Horse Point, Arches, and Canyon de Chelly; Towns that evoke the spirit of the frontier, including Durango, Silverton, and Telluride, Colorado.


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