Your Complete Guide To Black Canyon Of The Gunnison National Park
Last updated on 2020-03-22
About the Book
The Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park was established on October 21, 1999, and covers 30,779.83 acres of land. This park incorporates the spans 12 miles of the 48 miles long Black Canyon. The side of the canyon in the park is known to be its most dramatic and deepest side of the canyon. While there are many other canyons in the country which are deeper and longer, the distinctive feature of the black canyon is that it only receives about 33 minutes of sunlight throughout the day. This makes it the darkest and narrowest canyon of all.
- Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park: General Summary
- A Brief History
Planning a Trip to the Park
- When Should You Visit the Park?
- How Much Will the Visiting the Park Cost?
- How Long Should the Trip Be?
- Do You Need Special Permits?
- Things to Do in Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park
Top 10 Must-Do Things in the Park
- Enjoying the Scenic Views
- Heading Back in Time
- Getting the Camping Experience
- Watching the Sky
- Exploring the North Rim
- Heading to the Hiking Trails
- Participating in the Ranger Programs
- Rock Climbing
- Catching Fishes
- Getting the Most Out of the Trip
The Best Trails in Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park
- North Vista Trail
- Warner Point Nature Trail
- Red Rock Canyon Route
- Oak Flat Loop
- Rim Rock Nature Trail
- Gunnison Route
- Camping Sites
- East Portal Campground
- North Rim Campground
- South Rim Campground
Tips for a Safe and Stress-Free Trip
- Safety Precautions to Take
- RV Camping Tips
- Final Words
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