- Author Edward Abbey, a frequent visitor, described the park as "the most weird, wonderful, magical place on earth—there is nothing else like it anywhere."
- The geography of the park is well suited to a number of different recreational uses. Hikers, mountain bikers, backpackers, and four-wheelers all enjoy traveling the rugged, remote trails within the Park and rafters and kayakers enjoy floating the rivers.
- These seemingly endless number of canyons were created by two rivers and their many tributaries.
- In 1971 an additional canyon was added to this park to preserve pictographs and petroglyphs that feature a panel 200 feet long with life-sized (to to 7 foot tall) images on the rock walls.
- Whitewater rafting in this national park can lead to a 'big water' experience with unregulated flows through Cataract Canyon.
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