GAZE IN AWE AT BREATHTAKING DESERT MASTERPIECES.
The American Southwest is a land a million years in the making where forces of nature and the evolution of history come together. It is a region monumental in scope and resplendent in color, with mesas and plateus of red rock shaped by the elements. Depart from the world's tiniest airport for a spectacular view of Lake Powell, which remains one of the largest man-made lakes ever created. And secluded deep within Glen Canyon is Rainbow Bridge, the largest known bridge in existence and a true wonder of geologic architecture. In Utah 's Canyonlands and Colorado 's Mesa Verde, witness the astonishing cliff dwellings of the Anasazi Indians and study their exquisite stone drawings. At Zion National Park, rainwater trickles down cliffs into springs at the visually dramatic Weeping Rock;at Bryce National Park hike through the winding mazes and rocky terraces just below the towering Hoodoos. Million of years of erosion at the Grand Canyon offer clues as to the origins of the earth and some of the most breathtaking views in the world. And finally the sacred splendor of God's Country in Sedona, Arizona renews the spirit and the body.