Utah is rich in National Parks, three of which are featured in this program in addition to National Monuments and a National Recreation Area showcasing the spectacular natural splendor of southern Utah.
Zion National Park:
Massive multi-hued sandstone cliffs with deep canyons and magnificent scenery.
Bryce Canyon National Park:
Hoodoos, created by erosion, are odd-shaped pillars of rock. Here, the largest collection of hoodoos in the world!
Capitol Reef National Park:
Containing a geologic monocline (a wrinkle on the earth) called the Waterpocket Fold. A hidden treasure filled with cliffs, canyons, domes and bridges extending almost 100 miles.
Cedar Breaks National Monument:
Atop the Grand Staircase - Escalante, at over 10,000 feet, a half mile deep geologic amphitheater. Bristlecone pines, lush meadows of wildflower, crystal-clear night skies and the richness of our subalpine forest.
Glen Canyon National Recreation Area & Rainbow Bridge National Monument:
Lake Powell, Colorado River, Lees Ferry, Rainbow Bridge... all within over 1.25 million acres, provide unparalleled water-based & backcountry recreation with abundant scenic vistas, geologic wonders, like one of the world's largest known natural bridges, wildlife viewing, hiking, boating, fishing and whitewater rafting.
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