All Tours: 8

As white settler populations grew in the Great Basin during the mid- to late-nineteenth century, moments of conflict and violence erupted between settlers, miners, overland immigrants, Native peoples, U.S. military forces, and others. These stories…

In 1911-12 Emery and Ellsworth Kolb rafted the Grand, Green, and Colorado Rivers from Wyoming to California. They owned a photography studio at Bright Angel in the Grand Canyon and the expedition used for create photography and film for their…

The Colorado River can be a challenge to cross, especially in regions of rugged desert, deep canyon walls, and swift waters. These four stories highlight historical and contemporary crossing points.

A series of stories detailing projects of the New Deal Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) in western National Monuments and National Park.

During the 1940s, thousands of Utahans left to fight in the largest war the United States had ever been involved in. While those back home didn’t see combat directly, they did what they could to support the war effort. Providing labor at…