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Only two trails lead to Havasu Falls and the village of Supai at the bottom of the Grand Canyon. The village's Havasupai tribe receive their mail by mule train—the only people in the U.S. to get their mail that way.  
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New Mexico's skies become a spectrum of color each October as the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta plays host to 625 hot-air balloons.  
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The Mittens of Monument Valley National Park were shaped by thousands of years of erosion.  
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Because the dunes of White Sands National Monument shift frequently, few plant species survive there. Flora must grow rapidly enough to avoid being buried in the ever-moving gypsum sand.  
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Monument Valley's sweeping vistas and striking rock formations were a favorite filming location of John Wayne and director John Ford.  
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For centuries, the Paria River in southern Utah has scoured the walls of the Paunsaugunt Plateau. The unique formations in Bryce Canyon National Park are called 'hoodoos.'  
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Prairie dogs are extremely social animals, spending much of their time visiting each other's burrows. Their colonies, called towns, may extend for thousands of miles.  
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Big Bend National Park is dominated by the Chisos Mountains, a collection of exposed lava masses with peaks reaching up to 7,835 feet.  
 
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