Favorite canyons and gorges visited

White Rock Canyon, New Mexico in winter

The following lists identify my favorite canyons and gorges that have been visited over the years. They are broken into two categories – regular canyons/gorges and then slot/box canyons or chasms. As more are visited, they will be added to the list. Enjoy!

Bryce Canyon, Utah

REGULAR CANYONS/GORGES

White Rock Canyon – New Mexico

Bryce Canyon – Utah

Zion Canyon, Utah

Rio Grande Del Norte Gorge – New Mexico

Columbia River Gorge, Oregon/Washington

Oak Creek Canyon – Arizona

Horseshoe Bend Canyon – Arizona

Palo Duro Canyon – Texas

Sabino Canyon – Arizona

Grand Canyon – Arizona

Dragonback Canyon – New Mexico

Big Thompson Canyon, Colorado

Glenwood Canyon, Colorado

Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, Montana

Cañón de San Diego, New Mexico

Sturgeon River Canyon “Grand Canyon of the UP” – Michigan

Little Colorado River Gorge – Arizona

Canyonlands National Park – Utah

Niagara Gorge, New York/Ontario

Cañón del Aqua, New Mexico

Juan Tabo Canyon, New Mexico

Walnut Canyon National Monument – Arizona

Snake River Canyon, Idaho

Glen Canyon – Arizona and Utah

Fall Creek Gorge, New York

Casadilla Gorge, New York

Apache Canyon – New Mexico

Tijeras Canyon, New Mexico

New River Gorge – West Virginia

Embudo Canyon, New Mexico

Elephant Butte Canyon, New Mexico

Breaks Interstate Park, Kentucky/Virginia

Palo Duro Canyon, Texas

SLOT/BOX CANYONS/CHASMS

Inside Lower Antelope Canyon, Navajo Nation

Lower Antelope Canyon – Navajo Nation

Gilman Tunnels Box Canyon, New Mexico

Walatowa Canyon – Jemez Pueblo, New Mexico

Zion Narrows – Zion National Park, Utah

Embudito Canyon – New Mexico

Gilman Tunnels Box Canyon, New Mexico
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