Our goal is to enhance each visitor's appreciation of public lands by providing quality educational materials, both free and for sale, in our outlets in park visitor centers, other agency contact stations, and through our online catalog.
Headed to Arches? Floating the San Juan River? Our travel kits contain suggested items for all areas covered by CNHA.
Where are you headed?
Anasazi Heritage Center
Arches National Park
Canyon Rims Recreation Area
Canyonlands National Park
Canyons of the Ancients
Cedar Mesa & Grand Gulch Primitive Area
Dark Canyon Wilderness Area
Desolation / Gray Canyons
Hovenweep National Monument
Manti-La Sal National Forest
Natural Bridges National Monument
Nine Mile Canyon
San Juan River
San Rafael Swell
Outlaws & Cowboys
Revised and expanded edition of the classic account of the uranium mining rush and penny stock boom that gripped the Colorado Plateau in the 1950s.
The Moab Story: from Cowpokes to Bike Spokes
A history of Moab told like a good story around a campfire.
Roads Through Time -
A Roadside History of the Moab Area
This unusual road guide is liberally sprinkled with interesting and historical tidbits to inform and entertain you as you cruise the byways in the Moab area.
Where God Put The West - Movie Making in the Desert
The list of stars and producers who made movies in Moab and Monument Valley reads like Who's Who in Hollywood. This fascinating book takes you behind the scenes of decades of movie making in the desert.
The Exploration of the Colorado River and Its Canyons
The uncut version of Powell's narrative of the 1869 journey down the Green and Colorado rivers.
The Anthropology of Turquoise
In this invigorating mix of memoir, natural history, and adventure, artist-naturalist Ellen Meloy uses turquoise-the color and the gem-to illuminate our profound human attachment to landscape
Beyond the Hundredth Meridian: John Wesley Powell
Canyon Country Chronicles: Moviemaking
Charlie Steen's Mi Vida
Cinema Southwest (New Expanded Edition! )
This revised and updated edition provides film buffs and casual moviegoers alike with a comprehensive guide to filmmaking in the American Southwest.
Hole in the Rock
These tough pioneers cut a wagon passage through 200 miles of unbelievably rugged wilderness country.
Humorous and awe-inspiring exerpts from the life of a Canyonlands pioneer.
Story of Life at Wolfe Ranch
Delightful story about late 1800 ranch and family life in what is now Arches National Park.
Moab Information Center
Canyonlands Natural History Association (435) 259-6003 (800) 840-8978
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