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Runners: help defend Bears Ears National Monument

Email sent: Apr 7, 2017 12:27pm
Together we can protect this spectacular landscape. View on web
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Defend Bears Ears
Trail run with the Gods.
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The remote and towering geography of Valley of the Gods is unmatched for trail running, but equally captivating at a slower pace. A 17-mile road winds through reddish-brown sandstone mesas and buttes, past towering pinnacles and washes dotted with yucca and sage. Used occasionally as the backdrop for western films and commercials, the landscape remains fierce and wild.

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PHOTOS: (Top) JOSH EWING (Bottom left and right) Luke Nelson finds new trails in the Valley of the Gods. NATE PTACEK (Bottom lower left) The history of Bears Ears is written in rocks and sandstone walls. JOSH EWING
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