By: Michael S Sweeney
192 pages, Col & b/w illus
Although bearing traces of human activity, Logan Canyon in Utah remains largely unspoiled by its proximity to civilization. Reveling in the sights and sounds of this wonderland, the book journeys from the mouth at Logan, northeast to Bear Lake, revealing the canyon's history and a few of its secrets. Introducing us to several characters who are lucky enough to live, work and play in the area and share their experiences.
Covering the geological history of the area, plus its flora and fauna and subjects of special interest, ranging from the first known inhabitants of the canyon - the Northwest Shoshone - to the effects of climate change. Amply illustrated with beautifully scenic photographs and historic images.
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