2021 Rocky Mountain Virtual Cancellations
The Rocky Mountain Region’s stunning vistas and spectacular scenery have made it a popular destination for families and visitors from around the globe. Nestled in these lands are bits of history, some of it thousands of years old, some of it as recent as the mid-20th century. This is a region brimming with stories of progress and setbacks, failure and success – and filled with some of the most awe-inspiring sights in America.
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Devils Tower National Monument
Virtually visit the breathtaking and mysterious Devils Tower National Monument in the Black Hills of Wyoming. Begin your virtual adventure by exploring why this special place is important for many people. As you dive into the monument’s history, you will understand why so many feel a connection to the tower…and begin to form your own!
Dinosaur National Monument
Long ago in the Late Jurassic Period, dinosaurs roamed the land. Today, you can view their fossilized remains in a park that also boasts petroglyphs, pioneer homesteads, mountains, deserts, and scenic river canyons supporting an array of modern life. With one of the most complete geologic records in the National Park Service, history is always in the making at Dinosaur National Monument!
Jewel Cave National Monument
Jewel Cave National Monument is home to one of the longest caves in the world. At over 200 miles in length, this treasured resource is considered one of the last frontiers for exploration. Combined with surface features such as a ponderosa pine forest, rocky outcroppings, fire-scarred landscapes, and canyons, visitors are immersed in the beauty and diversity of the Black Hills. Discover dramatic underground scenery and more with the official park film, “Jewel Cave: Discovery in the Darkness.”
Santa Fe National Historic Trail
You can almost hear the whoops and cries of “All’s set!” as trail hands hitched their oxen to freight wagons carrying cargo between western Missouri and Santa Fe, New Mexico. Follow the Santa Fe National Historic Trail through five states and you’ll find adventure and evidence of past travelers who made this remarkable trip before you!