'Pocket-size Grand Canyon' in Colorado
Just off Interstate 70 in western Colorado is a 32-square-mile collection of towering red-stone monoliths, deep canyons and a road that cuts through nearly 2 billion years of geology.
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#1 Jan 16, 2011
Keep seeing this 'pop' up in the news. Why now?'Seems' like a good idea.
Since: Dec 07
#2 Jan 16, 2011
Why not? It's already under the auspices of the National Park Service. But I think the name needs to better describe what it is. Instead of Colorado National Monument, maybe Colorado Canyon National Monument (or park) would let us know there's something besides a stone with a message on it. We've been through that area several times and I never knew it was there. Sounds like a fun place to visit!
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