Where the West Stays Wild

Parashant provides a sense of solitude to those who venture into its isolated domain. The Monument's expansive landscape encompasses a chronicle of natural and cultural history that is just waiting to be discovered. For those prepared and equipped to explore the largely undeveloped landscape, a trip into the Parashant is a journey into the wild.

Features

Night sky designation

Parashant Receives International Dark Sky Status

Parashant commits to preserving natural darkness as a precious resource.

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Whitmore Overlook

Camping and Hiking

Camping and hiking in the Monument is an adventure with over a million acres to explore. Only primitive camping is available.

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Canyon view

Co-management

Parashant National Monument is co-managed by the National Park Service and the Bureau of Land Management.

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Canyon view

Virtual Tour

Take a virtual tour to learn about the cultural and natural features of the Monument.

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Southern Paiute Elders Share Cultural Lessons With Tribal Youth

Yevingkarere Camp

Southern Paiute youth from tribal bands in Arizona, Utah and Nevada gathered in the pines near Mount Trumbull to camp and learn about their culture...

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