Hiking Coyote Buttes To The Wave   9 comments

This is Part 1 of sharing photos taken in Vermillion Cliffs National Monument, hiking to The Wave in Coyote Buttes. The area is one of the most beautiful natural locations in the United States, therefore, a photographer’s dream. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) allows groups of six into the Coyote Buttes area. Since we were taking the time to take photos along the way to the Wave, the hike took about tow hours. Here are a few of the 55 photos that can be viewed in total by clicking here. Additional posting on our trip to The wave will be forthcoming.

kenne

Hiking To The Wave — Images by kenne

9 responses to “Hiking Coyote Buttes To The Wave

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  1. Kenne, how exciting. I have always wanted to hiike to the wave, but now am not able to hike at all. “Whoi are the six people in your photo? I think I recognize two of them, but am not sure.
    Am looking forward for the next installment. Thank you so much, Gloria

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    Gloria Mossburg
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  4. Great photos!

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