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The National Park Service said this week they've found paintings in Yosemite, Death Valley and Joshua Tree in California; Crater Lake in Oregon; Zion National Park and Canyonlands in Utah; and Rocky Mountain in Colorado, where Colorado National Monument was also tagged.
Located in the high desert, Grand Junction's stunning views of the canyons and monoliths of the Colorado National Monument to the west, Grand Mesa, the world's largest flat-topped mountain to the southeast, and Little Bookcliffs to the northeast are assets to the expanding community.
Colorado National Monument, Colorado Although Colorado National Monument is located only a few miles from the cities of Fruita and Grand Junction, many students in the local communities have never visited the park.
These open woodlands provide habitat for birds, small mammals, and mule deer and are the dominant vegetation in many of the region's national parks and monuments, including Arches, Colorado National Monument, Cedar Breaks, Mesa Verde, and Grand Canyon.
Top, Grand Junction, the home of the Colorado National Monument - its 32 square miles of rich gold and rust-coloured rock have eroded in the most bizarre and spectacular formations; above, left and far left, the more adventurous holidaymaker can enjoy the Colorado countryside by horseback or take in the beautiful scenery
Located near the Colorado National Monument and the Grand Mesa National Forest, the county's mild weather enables it to benefit from substantial year-round recreational tourism.
At the base of the Colorado National Monument, the 18-hole course presents 11 elevated tees, 41 bunkers and a true championship layout.
It's the cottonwood whose leaves rustle in Canyon de Chelly, Petroglyph, White Sands, and Colorado national monuments and at Mesa Verde National Park.