Shopping cart

View your shopping cart.

Primary links

CD-Native Lands


Beautiful Music and the Natural Symphony of Zion, Bryce Canyon, Arches, and Mesa Verde National Parks

Welcome to the Colorado Plateau. In Zion, we'll hike below the towering walls of Navajo sandstone bathed in moonlight... marvel at the mystical Hoodoos of Bryce Canyon... explore the ancient ruins of Mesa Verde... watch as the sun sets over Delicate Arch in Arches. Features Native American and beautiful Southwestern music inspired by these Native Lands.

Recorded on location at Zion, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Arches and Mesa Verde National Parks.

Portions of each sale are donated to Bryce Canyon Natural History Association, Canyonlands Natural History Association, Capitol Reef Natural History Association, Mesa Verde Museum Association, and Zion Natural History Association.


A musical tribute to the spirit of the American Southwest features Native American flute, acoustic guitar, and beautiful music recorded on location in Zion, Bryce Canyon, Arches, and Mesa Verde National Parks. A portion of each sale is donated to area national park associations.

CD-Peaks, Plateaus & Canyons


Beautiful Music and the Natural Symphony of the Colorado Plateau Between the Rocky Mountains and the Great Basin lies a land of remarkable presence: the fabled Colorado Plateau.

Explore the water-carved narrows deep within ancient canyons...the windswept precipice...listen as songbirds call from across a distant thunder from a passing storm rolls across the plateau...a coyote howls to a desert moon.

Recorded on location on the Colorado Plateau, including Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, Capitol Reef National Park, Dinosaur National Monument, Vermillion Cliffs, Mesa Verde National Park, Lake Powell, and the Grand Canyon.

A portion of each sale is donated to The Peaks, Plateaus & Canyons Association.

DVD Americas 58 National Parks 3 Disk Set


Experience America’s national parks, breathtakingly filmed in High Definition!  This series will deliver the entirety of America’s National Parks like never before. 

Runtime: Over 6 hours 

DVD 1: Grand Canyon National Park. Deserts, Forests & Badlands. 

Saguaro, Arizona – Death Valley, California – Joshua Tree, California – Great Basin, Nevada – Big Bend, Texas – Bryce Canyon, Utah – Canyonlands, Utah – Zion, Utah – Arches, Utah – Capitol Reef, Utah – Black Canyon, Colorado – 

Petrified Forest, Arizona – Theodore Roosevelt, North Dakota – Badlands, South Dakota – Redwood, California – Shenandoah, Virginia – Sequoia & Kings Canyon, California – Congaree, South Carolina 

DVD 2: Yellowstone National Park. Lakes, Seashores, Islands, Caves

American Samoa – Virgin Islands – Biscayne, Florida – Channel Islands, California – Isle Royale, Minnesota – Voyagers, Minnesota – Crater Lake, Oregon – Acadia, Maine – Olympic, Washington – Everglades, Florida – Hot Springs, Arkansas – Mesa Verde, Colorado – Dry Tortugas, Florida – Mammoth Cave, Kentucky – Wind Cave, South Dakota – Carlsbad Caverns, Texas – Cuyahoga Valley, Ohio

DVD 3: Yosemite National Park. Mountains, Volcanoes, Wilderness, Glaciers

Lassen Volcanic, California – Haleakala, Hawaii – Hawaii Volcanoes, Hawaii – Mt. Rainier, Washington - Rocky Mountain, Colorado – Glacier, Montana – Guadalupe Mountains, Texas - Grand Teton, Wyoming – Gates of Arctic, Alaska – Katmai, Alaska – Kobuk Valley, Alaska – Lake Clark, Alaska – Denali, Alaska – Glacier Bay, Alaska – Kenai Fjords, Alaska – Wrangell-St. Elias, Alaska

DVD Grand Circle

This DVD is a great introduction and scenic tour of the Grand Circle Parks.  Filmed in high definition, this fully-narrated video takes a 1,400-mile tour of the Grand Circle, a spectacular region of the American Southwest encompassing parts of Arizona, Utah, Colorado and New Mexico. The route connects eight national parks with numerous national monuments, recreation areas, state parks, historic sites and scenic byways. Extras include:
Digital copy for mobile devices
Condors in the canyon
Grand Canyon raft trip
Cataract Canyon raft trip
Grand Circle wildlife
Grand Circle music video
Plays Worldwide
Color, stereo, close captioned
English narration – German & French subtitles
Running time: 90 minutes

DVD Great Southwest Amer Adventure


This DVD takes you on a cinematic journey through the amazing National Parks of the Southwest U.S. including dramatic high definition footage of Grand Canyon, Zion,
Bryce Canyon, Arches, and Mesa Verde. This fully narrated production features beautiful scenery, outdoor activities
and wildlife, and geologic history.

DVD Mesa Verde Legacy of Stone & Spirit


Sheltered form the centuries, the Cliff Dwellings cling to sandstone ledges... as if clinging to another time. The stone villages of Mesa Verde serve as our best window into the world of the ancient Puebloans. What happened here? Discover the fascinating story of Ancient America and the pueblo builders who made this remote, high plateau their home so long ago. Mesa Verde is not only one of America's most important parks preserving the prehistoric past, it is a United Nations World Heritage Site; a world park. It is a place that transcends international boundaries... as well as time. Crafted in stoned and hidden by protecting cliffs is a vital link in the story of human striving and accomplishment: a Legacy of Stone and Spirit.

As the official film of Mesa Verde National Park, it has won 8 film festival awards, including the American Indian Film Festival. Chosen Best National Park Film. The film can be viewed daily at the Chapin Mesa Archeological Museum.

DVD Postcard Mesa Verde


Greetings from Mesa Verde National Park!

A mailable postcard with a 20-minute DVD film featuring Mesa Verde National Park, where nearly 5,000 archeological sites, including 600 cliff dwellings, which were home to Ancestral Puebloans from about A.D. 550 to 1300, are protected. This 20-minute DVD features beautiful music accompanying stunning imagery of Mesa Verde National Park. Filmed on location in Colorado.

DVD Treasures of the Past


Mesa Verde National Park is rich in treasures from the past.  The mesa top villages and cliff dwellings of Mesa Verde provide a wealth of knowledge about the ancient people who lived here.  Their story, however, did not end when they left the area.  Their descendants are the Pueblo Indians who live in the southwest today.

Narrator Raoul Trujillo, a Pueblo Indian from New Mexico, speaks eloquently for his people and presents the publoan view of their ancestral home in Mesa Verde National Park.

Writer and Director, the late Ian Thompson, was executive director of the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center and is author of the Towers of Hovenweep.

DVDs & CDs