2 edition of Rock Creek mile by mile guide found in the catalog.
Rock Creek mile by mile guide
by J and L Publishing in Missoula, Mont. (2115 South Ave., W., Missoula 59801)
Written in English
|Statement||by John Cornell.|
|LC Classifications||SH687.7 .C67 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||29 p. :|
|Number of Pages||29|
|LC Control Number||95144127|
Often described as 'the world's longest art gallery' the 46 mile long Nine Mile Canyon provides visitors with myriad recreational opportunities, ranging from hiking, biking, and exploring the many side canyons (please respect private property), to picnicking, to viewing rock art, historic inscriptions, and remnants of the prehistoric and historic, and current uses of the canyon by its : () 6. Don't camp or build fires within one-quarter mile of a rock art site, even if the landowner or public land manager permits camping. 7. Don't allow children, pets, or inattentive people to behave carelessly around rock art sites. Kicking up dust or dislodging rocks can cause damage to the site. 8. Speak out when needed to prevent damage to File Size: KB.
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