HD video Calf Creek Falls pours Escalante National Monument Utah - Stock video

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Upload date:May 28, 2015


The 126 feet high Calf Creek Falls cuts through the Navajo Sandstone in Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument in Utah. The high desert of Calf Creek Canyon has been inhabited by early Native American ancient puebloans and early ranching pioneers. Box elder trees and gambel oak blow in the wind as mist drifts off the falls.
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