Utah recreation mecca considered for monument status

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Utah recreation mecca considered for monument status

Local outdoor industry depends on Cedar Mesa
Monarch Cave is one of the more popular routes in the remote area near Comb Ridge near Bluff, Utah.
Beef Basin is an area being considered for federal protection under the proposed Bears Ears National Monument. One can see the canyons above the Colorado River and Lake Powell.
A panel of outdoor recreation advocates discussed the proposed Bears Ears National Monument at a recent conference in Bluff, Utah, sponsored by Osprey Packs and Friends of Cedar Mesa. From left: climbing guide Jason Keith; John Palmer, of Deer Hill Expeditions; Dalen Tait of Four Corners Adventures; and Sam Mix of Osprey Packs.

Utah recreation mecca considered for monument status

Monarch Cave is one of the more popular routes in the remote area near Comb Ridge near Bluff, Utah.
Beef Basin is an area being considered for federal protection under the proposed Bears Ears National Monument. One can see the canyons above the Colorado River and Lake Powell.
A panel of outdoor recreation advocates discussed the proposed Bears Ears National Monument at a recent conference in Bluff, Utah, sponsored by Osprey Packs and Friends of Cedar Mesa. From left: climbing guide Jason Keith; John Palmer, of Deer Hill Expeditions; Dalen Tait of Four Corners Adventures; and Sam Mix of Osprey Packs.
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