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Yellow Rock Tour Grand Staircase
"The slot canyons and rock formations of southern Utah comprise some of the most challenging and demanding terrain in North America. Painted rocks jut out of a broken landscape of ancient riverbeds sheer cliffs and bald sandstone domes of varying shades of red orange and yellow. Scrub brush and desert plants cling to life across dry rock plateaus while lush cottonwoods provide shade from the sun along rare creeks and streams.  Much of the landscape was once part of an ancient sea floor millions of ye and while the imposing terrain appears nearly inaccessible at first it provides rare opportunities to capture scenes of aching beauty and unique vistas for those willing to brave the steep slopes of the ancient rock formations.  Your hike up one of these formations the Yellow Rock
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Arizona Desert Helicopter Tour Including Tower Butte Landing
"Land atop the magnificent butte and disembark to enjoy stunning views in every direction. Learn about Navajo history and culture from your pilot and take photos of the surrounding landscape during your 20-minute stop. From your vantage point high above t see Antelope Canyon Lake Powell Glen Canyon Recreation Area and the intricately layered rock formations of the Grand Staircase. Your short but scenic small-group tour ends with your return helicopter ride to Page Arizona.""""Delight in remarkable views of Antelope Canyon
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Yellow Rock Tour Grand Staircase
"The slot canyons and rock formations of southern Utah comprise some of the most challenging and demanding terrain in North America. Painted rocks jut out of a broken landscape of ancient riverbeds sheer cliffs and bald sandstone domes of varying shades of red orange and yellow. Scrub brush and desert plants cling to life across dry rock plateaus while lush cottonwoods provide shade from the sun along rare creeks and streams.  Much of the landscape was once part of an ancient sea floor millions of ye and while the imposing terrain appears nearly inaccessible at first it provides rare opportunities to capture scenes of aching beauty and unique vistas for those willing to brave the steep slopes of the ancient rock formations.  Your hike up one of these formations the Yellow Rock
From $249.00

More Transportation in Capitol Reef National Park

Over The Road Biking

I saw this biker about 4 times while I stopped off and then got back on Hwy 12-the scenic route. He was going 800 miles from Boulder to St. George and beyond. The trip may take him 3 weeks or so, and...
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BruceDunning
Dec 01, 2009

Torrey-GAs Up

There are few places where you can get gas close by. Boulder to the south 30 miles had little services. Hanksville to the east 50 miles had some gas, but are you going that way? Torrey at the...
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BruceDunning
Oct 30, 2009

take the highway, that's the best

Driving around the Western US is one of life's great pleasures and Utah is one of the highlights of any western road trip. Getting around to the National Parks requires a car or strong legs and a love...
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richiecdisc
Jun 30, 2009

The car is again the only...

The car is again the only (efficient) way in getting here ...... and getting around in the Capitol Reef N.P. and Torrey surroundings. In the park here are several wonderful trails that can be followed...
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Pavlik_NL
Oct 04, 2002
 
 
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Top Things to Do in Capitol Reef National Park

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Hickman Natural Bridge Trail

There's a modest parking lot that starts as the trailhead for this trail east of the Visitor Center on Route 24. There are a few pit toilets here as well. The trail itself is for the most part an...
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Loop the Fold Scenic Drive

If not interested in a side trip to the Calf Creek hike and/or drive across the Hogback, the loop heads north on Hwy 12 at Boulder; visit the museum at Anasazi State Park if you have time. Just the...
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Petroglyphs

Along Route 24, east of the visitor center, you'll see a very popular turnout. Here, there is a boardwalk along the mountain face that has a number of great examples of the petroglyphs that are found...
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Frying Pan Trail

This is a dandy which traverses the up and over the top of the Waterpocket Fold and delivers 4-5 stars on the scenery scale. There are only two drawbacks: 1. It’s a trapse across shadeless, solid...
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Fruita Area

The Gifford House was built by one Calvin Pendleton in 1908 and subsequently occupied by two other families, the third being the Dewey Giffords (1928-1969): last of the residents to leave the Fruita...
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Scenic Drive

Gosh, there isn't a road in this park that isn't scenic, and all of them are free with the exception of this one - and it's a mere $10 per motorcycle or carload of people ($7 for bicycles). It's a...
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Top 5 Capitol Reef National Park Writers

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richiecdisc

"A Capitol Reef Pie Companion"
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goodfish

"The Big Wrinkle"
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BruceDunning

"An Eclectic Mix of Rock Formations"
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goingsolo

"Can You Keep A Secret?"
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Basaic

"Basaic Capitol Reef National Park Page"
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