Cabin Canyon in Gold Butte National Monument is home to beautiful – and interesting – sites. Geologic forces are visible in the cracking of the rocks. Photos by Steve Dudrow
Hiking in Cabin Canyon. Photo by Charyn McDonnell
While hiking through Cabin Canyon, you will find many historic structures still standing. Some, like above, are actually cabins, as the name implies. Others are structures from mining operations that have stood the test of time. Photos by Tina Wiley
Notable plant and animal species find their home within Cabin Canyon and the rest of the region. On the left is a Yucca plant, and on the right is Nevada’s state bird, the Mountain Bluebird. Photos by Tina Wiley and Steve Dudrow, respectively
Travel northwest from Cabin Canyon to find Nickel Creek Canyon. This location is comprised of Precambrian rock dating at 1.6 billion years old. Photos by Jaina Moan
Pine trees and other plant species thrive in the upper reaches and slopes of the Virgin Mountains. Photo by Tina Wiley
The views from Cabin Canyon Road are breathtaking. Photo by Tina Wiley
The northern region of Gold Butte National Monument is awe-inspiring. We hope to keep it protected so that future generations will have the opportunity to encounter nature and history in the same ways that we get to today.