Constructed by the Bureau of Reclamation from 1956 to 1966, this is the tallest concrete arch dam in the USA at 710 feet from bedrock. Metal token: side A-Glen Canyon Dam, completed 1963; side B-Bureau of Reclamation, First electricity generated Sept 4th 1964
1.9 million acres of Southern Utah were designated Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument by President Clinton of September 18, 1996. Metal token: side A-Land forms, river, palentology, image of Diabloceratops fossil; side B-Escalante Canyons Kaiparowits Plateau, GSENM
Horseshoe Bend on the Colorado River in the Glen Canyon NRA makes a wide sweep around an escarpment of Navajo Sandstone. Metal token: side A-Image of Horseshoe Bend on the Colorado River; side B-Lake Powell est 1963 Arizona Utah
Historic Navajo Bridge, built by the State of Arizona, opened on January 12, 1929. The bridge was built to avoid the often difficult and dangerous Lees Ferry crossing, five miles upstream. Metal token: side A-Navajo Bridge est 1927 two bidges image ; side B-Navajo Bridge two condors image
Located in the heart of Paria Canyon, “The Wave” is a stunning petrified formation, a 62-foot sweeping eroded trough of iron-rich color. Metal token with The Wave Vermilion Cliffs on one side and North Coyote Buttes/South Coyote Buttes Vermilion Cliffs on the other.
Canyons of the Ancients National Monument was established June 9, 2000 and is located in southwest Colorado. It spans 174,000 acres and contains the highest archaeological site density at 8,400 sites. Metal token with Painted Hand Pueblo on one side and Canyons of Ancients sign entrance on the other.