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Totem Pole (Monument Valley)

Parts of the 1975 thriller film The Eiger Sanction U.S. director Clint Eastwood were filmed at Totem Pole. According to author Ron Hogan, "n addition to directing and starring in The Eiger Sanction, Clint Eastwood did all his own stunts during th ...

                                               

Tres Alamos Wash

Tres Alamos Wash, an ephemeral stream tributary to the San Pedro River, in Cochise County, Arizona. It runs southwesterly to meet the San Pedro River, across the river from the former settlement of Tres Alamos, Arizona. Tres Alamos Wash passes ea ...

                                               

Trillium (Buckeye)

Trillium is a 7.200 residential units master-planned community in Buckeye, Arizona, United States of America. The site works on the project began in 2007, but no date has been set for residential development. The developers of Douglas ranch bough ...

                                               

Walnut Creek (Arizona)

Walnut Creek is a major stream in Coconino County, Arizona that is part of the Little Colorado River drainage basin. The creek flows about 34 miles in a northeasterly direction from south of Flagstaff to near Winona.

                                               

West and East Mitten Buttes

The West and East Mitten Buttes are two buttes in the Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park in northeast Navajo County, Arizona. When viewed from the south, the buttes appear to be two gigantic mittens with their thumbs facing inwards. Mitten approx ...

                                               

West Doubtful Canyon

West Doubtful Canyon was the name of one of two canyons in the Peloncillo Mountains, once considered in the 19th century as one canyon "Doubtful Canyon" that served as the pass through those mountains. Today the canyon bearing the name Doubtful C ...

                                               

West Valley (Phoenix metropolitan area)

The West Valley is a region within the Phoenix metropolitan area, in central Arizona. It is located to the West of the city limits of Phoenix, in Maricopa County, Arizona.

                                               

White Mountain Lake, Arizona

White Mountain Lake is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Navajo County, Arizona, United States. White Mountain Lake is 7.5 miles north-northeast of Show Low. White Mountain Lake has a post office with ZIP code 85912.

                                               

Wickenburg Mountains

Wickenburg Mountains is a mountain range located in Maricopa and Yavapai Counties in Arizona. Denver Hill, at an altitude of 4.406 feet or 1.343 meters, is the tallest peak in the range. 34°02′02″N 112°33′59″W

                                               

Willow Canyon, Arizona

The community is an area of cabins within the Coronado National Forest north of Tucson. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the community has an area of 0.333 square miles 0.86 km 2, all of it land.

                                               

Windsor Beach, Lake Havasu

Windsor Beach is located in the northern portion of Lake Havasu on the Arizona side along the Colorado River. The beach is administered by the Arizona State Parks.

                                               

Antimony Peak (San Benito/ Merced Counties, California)

Antimony Peak is a mountain summit on the east west divide of the Diablo Range and on the boundary of San Benito County and Merced County, California. It rises to an elevation of 3.248 feet / 990 meters just south of Frenchs Pass on the same divi ...

                                               

Bowens Landing, California

Bowens Landing, California was a lumber port / "doghole port" about 86 miles north of San Francisco. It seems to be the same place as the planting of Bourns, or landing Borns.

                                               

Fortynine Palms Oasis

Fortynine Palms Oasis is a three-mile, out and back trail located in Joshua Tree National Park in California, with a 300 foot elevation gain in both directions. The trail starts at Fortynine Palms Parking Area, goes up and over a ridge dotted wit ...

                                               

Frenchs Pass

Frenchs Pass is a gap on the divide of the Diablo Range and on the boundary of San Benito County and Merced County, California. The pass is at an elevation of 2.428 feet / 740 meters on the north shoulder of 3.257 foot Antimony Peak.

                                               

Prefumo Creek

Prefumo Creek is a tributary stream of San Luis Obispo Creek. Its mouth is at its confluence with San Luis Obispo Creek at an elevation of 102 feet / 31 meters. Its source is found at 35°15′41″N 120°45′28″W in the Irish Hills. From its source it ...

                                               

Abarr, Colorado

Abarr was originally called "Brownsville", and under the latter name was platted in 1922. The present name "Abarr" was adopted in 1923. A post office called Abarr was established in 1923, and remained in operation until 1948. Abarr was named afte ...

                                               

Abeyta, Colorado

A post office was established at Abeyta in 1914, and closed within that same year. The community was named after Mrs. Abeyta, the mother of one Casimiro Barela.

                                               

Acascosa Lake

Acascosa Lake is a lake in Conejos County, Colorado, United States. Its surface elevation is 10.984 feet. The name "Acascosa" probably comes from Spanish Agua ascosa, meaning "stagnant water". It is located only 20 miles from Capulin, Colorado.

                                               

Acequia, Colorado

A post office was in operation at Acequia between 1874 and 1900. Acequia is a Spanish word meaning "canal" or "channel", so the name was likely in reference to the nearby High Line Canal.

                                               

Adams City, Colorado

Adams City was laid out in 1903, with developers hoping the county seat would be established there, however, Brighton was elected county seat in 1904 and Adams City was vacated in 1922. In 1946 and 1947, Adams County School District 14 was formed ...

                                               

Aguaje Canyon

Aguaje Canyon is a canyon in Las Animas County, Colorado. Its mouth is located at an elevation of 5.351 feet / 1.767 meters. Its source is at an elevation of 5.445 feet / 1.792 meters at 37°13′20″N 103°44′23″W. A Spring is found at its head from ...

                                               

Alder, Colorado

Alder is a populated place located in Saguache County, Colorado, United States. Post office under the name of alder was founded in 1881 and remained in operation until 1927. The community takes its name from the nearby alder Creek.

                                               

Alice, Colorado

A post office was established at Alice in 1898, and remained in operation until 1938. The community was named after Alice Taylor, the wife of a mine official.

                                               

Allison, Colorado

Allison is an unincorporated community in La Plata County, Colorado, United States. Post office under the name Alison was established in 1904 and remained in operation until 1954. The community was named in honor of Alison Stoker, the government ...

                                               

Alpine, Colorado

Alpine is a census-designated place located in Rio Grande County, Colorado, United States. ZIP code 81154 serves Alpine, but mail must be addressed to South Fork.

                                               

Axial, Colorado

Axial is an extinct town in Moffat County, in the U.S. state of Colorado. The GNIS classifies it as a populated place. Post office under the name axis was established in 1890 and remained in operation until 1958. Community in Central location nea ...

                                               

Balzac, Colorado

Balzac is an extinct town in Morgan County, in the U.S. state of Colorado. The GNIS classifies it as a populated place. The community likely was named after Honore de Balzac, French writer.

                                               

Barela, Colorado

Barela is a populated place located in Las Animas County, Colorado. Its elevation is 5.761 feet. A post office called Barela was established in 1874 and remained in operation until 1931. Community name Casimiro Barela, territorial and state legis ...

                                               

Baxter, Colorado

Baxter is an unincorporated community in Pueblo County, in the U.S. state of Colorado. The community has the name O. H. P. Baxter, a local settler.

                                               

Belden, Colorado

Belden is an extinct town in Eagle County, in the U.S. state of Colorado. The GNIS classifies it as a populated place. The community was named in honor of D. D. Belden, the owner of the local mines.

                                               

Beshoar, Colorado

Beshoar is an extinct town in Las Animas County, in the U.S. state of Colorado. The GNIS classifies it as a populated place. A post office called Beshoar was founded in 1901 and closed in 1903. The community was named in honor of Michael Beshoar, ...

                                               

Bloom, Colorado

Bloom is an extinct town in Otero County, in the U.S. state of Colorado. The GNIS classifies it as a populated place. Post office under the name Bloom was created in 1913 and remained in operation until 1938. The community was named in honor of F ...

                                               

Bountiful, Colorado

Bountiful is an unincorporated community in Conejos County, in the U.S. state of Colorado. The community on the Denver and Rio Grande Western railroad, between Romeo to the South and La Jara North. The name Bountiful, most likely, is a Mormon by ...

                                               

Bowen, Colorado

Bowen is an extinct town in Las Animas County, in the U.S. state of Colorado. The precise location of the town site is unknown to the GNIS. Post office under the name of Bowen was established in 1906 and remained in operation until 1929. Communit ...

                                               

Bowie, Colorado

A post office called Bowie was established in 1907, and remained in operation until 1967. The community was named after Alexander Bowie, the proprietor of a local mine.

                                               

Box Canyon (Colorado)

Box Canyon is a box canyon in Ouray County, Colorado, United States. It was founded as a mining camp and helped the city of Ouray establish itself as a permanent community. Box Canyon is home to Box Canyon Falls, a 285 feet waterfall, with quartz ...

                                               

Breen, Colorado

A post office called Breen was established in 1901, and remained in operation until 1954. The community was named after Dr. Thomas Breen, a local educator.

                                               

Buckeye Crossroads, Colorado

Buckeye Crossroads is a small unincorporated community in extreme eastern Baca County, Colorado, United States. The small community is located at the intersection of Colorado State highways 89 and 116. The population of Buckeye Crossroads was onl ...

                                               

Buckingham, Colorado

Buckingham is an unincorporated community in Weld County, in the U.S. state of Colorado. The community was named after S. D. Buckingham, official of the railroad.

                                               

Burro Canyon Formation

The Burro Canyon Formation is an Early Cretaceous Period sedimentary geologic formation, found in western Colorado, the Chama Basin and eastern San Juan Basin of northern New Mexico, and in eastern Utah, US.

                                               

Cameo, Colorado

Cameo is an extinct town in Mesa County, in the U.S. state of Colorado. The GNIS classifies it as a populated place. A post office called "cameo" was created in 1907 and remained in operation until 1969. The community was named for the cameo-like ...

                                               

Camp Bird, Colorado

Camp Bird is an unincorporated community in Ouray County, Colorado, United States. It lies between the present towns of Ouray and Telluride. Camp Bird is west of Thistledown and reached by CO Road 361.

                                               

Canfield, Colorado

A post office called Canfield was established in 1878, and remained in operation until 1906. The community was named after Ike Canfield, a businessperson in the local mining industry.

                                               

Cannibal Plateau

Cannibal Plateau is a summit in Hinsdale County, Colorado, in the United States. With an elevation of 12.760 feet, Cannibal Plateau is the 800th highest summit in the state of Colorado. Cannibal plateau was named after the incident of cannibalism ...

                                               

Capitol City, Colorado

Capitol City is a ghost town in Hinsdale County, Colorado, on the Alpine Loop National Scenic Back Country Byway. Capitol city was founded in 1877, was originally called the city of Galena. At its peak, the town had about 800 citizens and its fou ...

                                               

Castle Rock (Colorado)

Castle Rock is a butte in the Colorado Piedmont region of the Great Plains. An area landmark, it is the namesake of the town of Castle Rock, Colorado. BYUT tire consists of rhyolite, a rock that is highly resistant to erosion. About 58 million ye ...

                                               

Chipita Park, Colorado

Chipita Park is an unincorporated community located in El Paso County, Colorado, named for the wife of Chief Ouray. Those who live in the area of the Park chipita well as residents of cascade, Colorado. When receiving mail, they may put chipita P ...

                                               

Columbus Mountain

Columbus Mountain, elevation 10.253 ft, is a summit in the Elkhead Mountains of northern Colorado, United States. The mountain is northwest of Steamboat Springs in the Routt National Forest.

                                               

Concrete, Colorado

Concrete was one of three factory towns around the present-day Holcim plant in eastern Fremont County, Colorado, United States. The other two are Portland and Cement. All three are located south of Penrose, Colorado and east of Florence, Colorado ...