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Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park

Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park Sunrise over the Valley of the Rocks at Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, Arizona/Utah border. Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park is an iconic landscape in the American Southwest. From the sweeping desert floor rise various sandstone towers and buttes, some reaching 1,000 feet high, towering over natural and…(Read More)

Autumn colors

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Every year autumn colors burn bright across the mountains. Some call it the fall blaze. we call it awesome. Join us on a quick photo tour of some of our favorite places to visit when the seasons make their change. Nothing says get outside and play like autumn colors. Fallen leaves crunching under foot or…(Read More)

autumn photography

Autumn in the Intermountain West presents a natural canvas that can stop people in their tracks. Seasoned photographers know what to do, but many others miss the boat on autumn photography. Those leaves are falling, and there might not be a next time. Hank Blum, one of our favorite landscape photographers, shares some important tips…(Read More)

It’s a wrap. Durango’s own Olympian Todd Wells, one of the most decorated professional mountain bikers in history, has joined the ranks of motocross pro Chad Reed, freestyle BMX rider Terry Adams, pro surf champion Carissa Moore and others in a partnership with 360fly cameras.The small, rugged spherical cameras are…(Read More)

One Year Later from Nick Chambers on Vimeo. On May 4, 2013, Durango climber Rosa Post was paralyzed from the waist down after a fall in the Bridger Jack Towers of Indian Creek, Utah. She was 23 at the time of her accident. One year later, surrounded by a group of friends, she returned to…(Read More)