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Sloan Canyon National Conservation Area

Sloan Canyon National Conservation Area is a National Conservation Area administered by the United States Bureau of Land Management. It includes the Sloan Petroglyph Site which was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on December 19 ...

Lime Canyon Wilderness

Lime Canyon Wilderness is a unit of the National Wilderness Preservation System located in eastern Nevada, United States, within the Gold Butte National Monument. The 23.710-acre wilderness area is administered by the Bureau of Land Management, a ...

Black Rock, Arizona

Black Rock, Arizona is located just south of the Utah–Arizona state line in the extreme northwest area of the state. It is an area of the Arizona Strip in the north Mojave Desert just off Interstate 15. The area is accessed by the Black Rock Road ...

Concho Lake

Concho Lake is an irrigation reservoir situated in the town of Concho, in the eastern Arizona grasslands at 6.300 feet. Much of the surrounding land is privately owned, the rest is owned by the Bureau of Land Management, but is managed for sport ...

Wrather Arch

Wrather Arch is a cave type natural arch in the Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness, in Coconino County, northern Arizona. The Sandstone arch is located in the eponymous Wrather Canyon, a short side canyon of Paria Canyon. Of the Paria river ...

Cache Creek (Sacramento River tributary)

Cache Creek starts at the outlet of Clear Lake. It has two main tributaries: North Fork starting in the Mendocino National Forest north of Clear Lake, and dammed by the Indian Valley Reservoir, and Bear Creek starting in Bear Valley. Dam means a ...

Caliente Mountain

Caliente Mountain is a mountain located in the Southern Coast Ranges of California. The summit, at 5.106 feet, is the highest point in San Luis Obispo County and the Caliente Range. The mountain receives a little snowfall during the winter months.

Cleghorn Lakes Wilderness

The Cleghorn Lakes Wilderness is a 33.475-acre wilderness area in the southern Mojave Desert. It is located 16 miles northeast of Twentynine Palms, California, and 20 miles north of Joshua Tree National Park. It is managed by the Bureau of Land M ...

Desert Tortoise Natural Area

The Desert Tortoise Research Natural Area is a 39.5-square-mile area in the western Mojave Desert, located in eastern Kern County, Southern California. It was created to protect the native Desert Tortoise, which is also the California State Repti ...

Dodge Reservoir

Dodge Reservoir, located in Lassen County, was created in 1937 by the owners of the Dodge Ranch. It covers an area of 491 acres among Great Basin high-desert sagebrush and California Juniper. The surrounding habitat is Sagebrush steppe, and is pa ...

Fish Creek Mountains Wilderness

The Fish Creek Mountains Wilderness is located about 25 miles west of Brawley, California, and southeast of the Vallecito Mountains in the United States. The wilderness is located in the Fish Creek Mountains region in the northern part of the Car ...

Laguna Mountain Recreation Area

The Laguna Mountain Recreation Area is a park located in San Benito County, California, and administered by the Bureau of Land Management. The recreation area includes 4.462 feet 1.360 m Laguna Mount Diablo, and is adjacent to Hernandez reservoir ...

Mount Manchester

Mount Manchester the high point of the Bureau of Land Management wilderness area which comprises most of the Dead Mountains. The dead mountains on the border of the Colorado river in the East, and the Piyyutim to wash the valley of the Piyyutim t ...

Rainbow Basin

Rainbow Basin is a geological formation in the Calico Peaks range, located approximately 8 miles north of Barstow in the Mojave Desert in San Bernardino County, California. Rainbow basin was declared a national natural monument and is located in ...

Rice Valley Wilderness

The Rice Valley Wilderness is a wilderness area near Blythe and Rice in the Mojave Desert region of California, managed by the Bureau of Land Management. In 41.777 acre desert includes large fragments of mountains, Maria, along with a stretch of ...

Stateline Wilderness

Located in San Bernardino County, California approximately three miles northwest of Primm, NV and I-15, the small but pristine 7.004-acre Stateline Wilderness contains the eastern terminus of the 15-mile long Clark Mountain Range. Mountain limest ...

Animas Forks, Colorado

Animas Forks is a ghost town located twelve miles northeast of Silverton in San Juan County, Colorado, United States. The area is managed by the Bureau of Land Management. At over 11.000 feet, Animas Forks is one of the highest mining camps in th ...

Kokopelli Trail

The Kokopellis Trail is a 142-mile multi-use trail in the Western U.S. states of Colorado and Utah. The trail was named in honor of its mythic muse, Kokopelli. The trail was created by the Colorado Plateau Mountain Bike Trail Association in coope ...

Mee Canyon

Mee Canyon is a remote scenic area within the Black Ridge Canyons Wilderness which in turn forms the core of the Bureau of Land Management administered McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area in west central Colorado. Limited access and primit ...

Penitente Canyon

Penitente Canyon is located in the San Luis Valley of Colorado, USA. It was once a refuge for the Penitentes. The area, located on the lands of the Bureau of Land Management, offers rock climbing and a campground.

Phantom Canyon (Pikes Peak Area)

Phantom Canyon is a canyon in Colorado, in the Western United States. The canyon is formed by Eight Mile Creek. The Florence and Cripple Creek Railroad developed it as a route to take gold and supplies in and out of the Cripple Creek and Victor g ...

Rabbit Valley (Colorado)

Rabbit Valley is a valley located in northwestern Mesa County, Colorado, United States. The area is generally used for paleontology, camping, hiking, mountain biking, off road vehicle recreation, and hunting. Rabbit Valley is accessed by Intersta ...

Rattlesnake Canyon (Colorado)

Rattlesnake Canyon is a scenic area within the Black Ridge Canyons Wilderness which in turn forms the core of the Bureau of Land Management administered McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area in west central Colorado. The canyon contains nine ...

Raven Ridge

Raven Ridge is a starkly visible sedimentary rock exposure located in Rio Blanco County, Colorado and Uintah County, Utah, USA. It is managed by the Bureau of Land Management. The ridge contains a diverse selection of rare plants unique to the st ...

Coburn Hill

Coburn Hill is located 4.2 miles southeast of Billings, Montana in Yellowstone County. Its most predominant feature is Sacrifice Cliffs, part of the Rimrocks surrounding the city. Another feature is several radio and television broadcast towers l ...

Four Dances Natural Area

Four Dances Natural Area is 765 acres of undeveloped open space which were preserved in Billings, Montana, and became public land. The area was named after Chief Four Dances, an important religious and military figure in the history of the Crow N ...

Delamar Dry Lake

Delamar Dry Lake is a dry lake bed located in the Dry Lake Watershed near Alamo in Lincoln County, Nevada. It is located on federal land administered by the Bureau of Land Management.

Little Finland

Little Finland is a scenic red rock area, located in a remote section of Clark County, Nevada south of Mesquite, known for its red rock scenery and strangely-shaped, delicate rock formations. The landscape is similar to Valley of Fire State Park, ...

Ah-Shi-Sle-Pah Wilderness

Ah-Shi-Sle-Pah Wilderness is located in San Juan County, New Mexico, between Chaco Canyon and the De-Na-Zin Wilderness. The wilderness has multicolored badlands, sandstone hoodoos, petrified wood and dinosaur bones, similar to those found in the ...

Fort Stanton

Fort Stanton was built in 1855 by the 1st Dragoon and the 3rd and 8th Infantry Regiments of the United States Army to serve as a base of military operations against the Mescalero Apaches. Numerous campaigns were fought from 1855 until the 1880’s. ...

Frances Canyon Ruin

The Frances Canyon Ruin is a Navajo pueblito near Blanco in Rio Arriba County, New Mexico, United States. Built ca. 1716, it reflects economic and social changes taking place among the Navajo of this area during the 18th century. In the previous ...

San Lazaro archaeological site

San Lazaro is an archaeological site of pueblos in the U.S. state of New Mexico. Located in the basin of the Galisteo River south of Santa Fe, it was home to a clan of the Tanoan peoples at the time of Spanish colonial contact in the 16th century ...

Abert Lake Petroglyphs

The Abert Lake Petroglyphs are a prehistoric archaeological site in Lake County, Oregon, United States. Peoples of the Great Basin cultural tradition pecked the images onto two basaltic boulders near major game migration routes. They are believed ...

China Ditch

The China Ditch in Douglas County, in the U.S. state of Oregon, was a 30-mile canal built in part by Chinese laborers to supply water for the hydraulic mining of gold. The Myrtle Creek Consolidated Hydraulic Gold Mining and Manufacturing Company ...

Coos Bay Wagon Road Lands

The Coos Bay Wagon Road Lands is land managed by the United States Bureau of Land Management. The land was originally granted to the Oregon & California Railroad to create a road between Coos Bay, Oregon and Roseburg, Oregon. The land was reconve ...

Crump Lake (Oregon)

Crump Lake is a shallow lake in the Warner Valley of eastern Lake County, Oregon, United States. The lake covers 7.680 acres. It is the largest of the Warner Lakes system. The lake is named for pioneer rancher Thomas Crump. Crump Lake is owned by ...

East Lake Abert Archeological District

The East Lake Abert Archeological District is an area in Lake County, Oregon, United States, that features numerous prehistoric camp sites and petroglyphs. It is located along the eastern shore of Lake Abert on land administered by the Bureau of ...

Flagstaff Lake (Oregon)

Flagstaff Lake is one of a group of interconnected, alkaline, high-desert lakes known as the Warner Lakes in the Warner Valley of Lake County in the U.S. state of Oregon. Flagstaff Lake lies between Upper Campbell Lake to the north and Swamp Lake ...

Gerber Reservoir

Gerber Reservoir is an irrigation impoundment created by Gerber Dam. It is located in southern Klamath County, Oregon, United States. The reservoir covers 3.815 acres. The dam and reservoir are named in honor of Louis C. Gerber, an early pioneer ...

Greaser Petroglyph Site

The Greaser Petroglyph Site is located on land managed by the Bureau of Land Management in eastern Lake County, Oregon. The designs were scraped into a basalt boulder by Native Americans perhaps 12.000 years ago. No one knows the meaning of the d ...

Hart Lake (Oregon)

Hart Lake is a shallow lake in the Warner Valley of eastern Lake County, Oregon, United States. The lake covers 7.324 acres and has the most stable water level within the valleys Warner Lakes chain. The lake is named for the heart-shaped brand us ...

Mack Canyon Archeological Site

The Mack Canyon Archeological Site is a prehistoric archeological site in Sherman County, Oregon, United States. Consisting of an extensive series of pit houses in a sheltered canyon, the site was occupied seasonally in winter by Columbia River t ...

Picture Rock Pass Petroglyphs Site

The Picture Rock Pass Petroglyphs Site is in northern Lake County, Oregon, United States. The site is located near the summit of Picture Rock Pass on land administered by the Bureau of Land Management. The designs were scraped into a basalt bould ...

Riddle Ranch

The Riddle Brothers Ranch is a pioneer ranch complex located in the Steens Mountain Cooperative Management and Protection Area in Harney County in eastern Oregon, United States. The ranch is located on both sides of the Little Blitzen River on pu ...

David L. Shirk Ranch

The David L. Shirk Ranch is a historic ranch located in the Guano Valley of eastern Lake County, Oregon, United States. The ranch was originally homesteaded in 1881. It was purchased by David L. Shirk in 1883. He operated the ranch until 1914. Th ...

Steens Mountain

Steens Mountain is in the southeastern part of the U.S. state of Oregon, and is a large fault-block mountain, Located in Harney County, it stretches some 50 miles north to south, and rises from alongside the Alvord Desert at elevation of about 4. ...

Warner Lakes

The Warner Lakes are a chain of shallow lakes and marshes in the Warner Valley of eastern Lake County, Oregon, United States. The lakes extend the length of the valley, covering approximately 90.000 acres. The lake is named in honor of captain Wi ...

Fantasy Canyon

Fantasy Canyon is a Bureau of Land Management-managed area located about 27 miles south of Vernal, in Uintah County, Utah. Even though the area is only about 10 acres in size, it contains some of the most unusual geologic features in the world. T ...

Fisher Towers

Fisher Towers are a series of towers made of Cutler sandstone capped with Moenkopi sandstone and caked with a stucco of red mud located near Moab, Utah. The Towers are named for a miner who lived near them in the 1880s. The Tower is world-renowne ...