Bryce Canyon

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U.S. Route 89 In Utah - Route Description - Arizona Border To I-70
... US-89 enters Utah from the south inside the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, about 7 miles (11 km) north of the Glen Canyon Dam, where it crosses the Colorado River near Page, Arizona ... one of the Utah Scenic Byways, it stretches north to SR-12 at Bryce Canyon Junction ... The Vermilion Cliffs are ascended via the canyon carved by Kanab Creek ...
Des Canyons Aux étoiles...
... Des canyons aux étoiles… (From the canyons to the stars...) is a large twelve-movement work (between 90 and 100 minutes in length) by the French composer Olivier Messiaen ... where he was inspired by the landscape and its birds, and particularly Bryce Canyon and its colours (Messiaen had bi-directional sound-colour synaesthesia see also ... interstellaire ("Interstellar call") Bryce Canyon et les rochers rouge-orange ("Bryce Canyon and the red-orange rocks") Les ressucités et le chant de l ...
Grand Staircase - Geology
... sedimentary rock units exposed in the Grand Canyon range in age from 2000 million to 600 million years and were deposited in warm shallow seas and near-shore ... The nearly 40 identified rock layers of Grand Canyon form one of the most studied geologic columns in the world ... See geology of the Grand Canyon area for details ...
Bryce Canyon City, Utah
... Bryce Canyon City is a town in Garfield County, Utah, United States, adjacent to Bryce Canyon National Park ...
Bryce Canyon Airport
... Bryce Canyon Airport (IATA BCE, ICAO KBCE, FAA LID BCE) is a public airport located four miles (6 km) north of Bryce Canyon, in Garfield County, Utah ... The airport is near Bryce Canyon National Park and the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument ...

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