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Canyonlands RockArt & Wildlife Holidays
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Established
1975
Program Description
Daily and Multi-day backcountry vehicle, hiking or horseback vacations that highlight photography and rockart in Utah;'s canyon lands.
Programs/Year
10+
Program Length
1-6 day(s)
Group Size or S:T Ratio
10 max
Program Focus
Culture/History/Heritage, Nature/Science, Archaeology, Art/Architecture/Design
Faculty
Gary George, lead naturalist & interpretive specialist; Patricia Kearney, naturalist & interpretive specialist
Costs
From $165 for day trips. All inclusive camping or inn lodging for multi-day trips from $1,500.
U.S. Locations
Torrey, Utah
Canyonlands, Utah
Capitol Reef, Utah
Months
March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October
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Contact
Gary George
President/Owner
Canyonland RockArt Holiday
PO Box 98
Torrey, UT 84775
United States
Phone: 435-425-3919
E-Mail:
1-800-332-2696 Cell: 435-979-5018
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