The Colorado National Monument Visitor Center Complex in Colorado National Monument is an example of the park services facilities designed and built as part of the Mission 66 program. The complex includes the visitor center, designed by National Park Service architect Cecil J. Doty, the Bookcliff Shelter, designed by NPS architect Phil Romigh, and the Canyon Rim Trail, designed by NPS landscape architects Babbitt Hughes, and built between 1963 and 1965. The structures follow the precedent set by earlier park structures by using native sandstone laid in a random ashlar pattern.
We drove around (the drive is about 1 hour) and made many stops at the overlooks! Lots to see and lots of hiking trails (long and short)
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Colorado National Monument Visitor Center Complex
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