If the American Southwest were a color, it would be burnt sienna - the color of baked adobe, deep canyons, cowboy boots, sunsets, desert plains, and mountains in the light of morning. Of course you would need to add a touch of polished turquoise, snowy white, cactus green, and deep, sky blue. Then you'd have a palette to match what you will see when you go glamping this wild and historical region of the United States. The American Southwest is overflowing with national park giants such as Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico, the Grand Canyon in Arizona, Yellowstone in Wyoming, and Zion in Utah. It is an area rich in natural and cultural history, where you can literally see the passing of time, both in the indelible artwork of the Native Americans and in the landscape itself.