A Great Summer For Wildflowers

Abundant rains in Northern Arizona produced a kaleidoscope of colors and hues in the flora at Kaibab National Forest and Grand Canyon National Park.

This Road At Grand Canyon National Park Is Being Squeezed By The Flora

15 responses to “A Great Summer For Wildflowers”

  1. My son and I headed to Grand Gulch, in Utah, from CO, years ago. We then took a small road down from there, south, and saw the most amazing view we’d ever seen as Valley of the Gods was in front of us and Mexican Hat’s mountains were to the east of that, with their colorful stripes that look like Mexican skirts. It was breathtaking. When you drive from Rico to Telluride you will be going over Lizard Head Pass and the Lake is off to the right side. Another favorite view of mine is driving from Telluride west then north, through Ridgway. I love the beautiful vista there.


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