|Utah’s National Parks:
This postcard book is one of the series produced by Park Partners Inc. to share the splendor and beauty of America’s national parks, national monuments and natural areas. This title includes 20 individual postcards featuring the imagery of America’s leading landscape photographers and expanded interpretive captions.
Bryce Canyon is not really a canyon at all: rather it is a series of amphitheaters carved into the pink cliffs of the Paunsaugunt Plateau. This process of erosion, approximately one foot every fifty years, plucks away at Bryce, sometimes a grain of sand at a time, sometimes in landslides that close trails. The waters responsible for this erosion eventually flow into the Paria River, which later joins the Colorado River at Lee’s Ferry, the northern extremity of Grand Canyon National Park.
—From “Utah’s National Parks Postcard Book”
Utah’s National Parks Postcard Book
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