Lake Powell is a man-made reservoir on the Colorado River, straddling the border between Utah and Arizona. It is arguably the most scenic lake in America, situated in some of Southern Utah's finest red-rock desert country.
Lake Powell boasts over 1,900 miles (3100 KM) of shoreline, more than the entire coast of the western U.S. and has 96 major side canyons.
While visiting Lake Powell, don't miss one of the natural wonders of the world -- Rainbow Bridge, found on the shores of Lake Powell. Called Nonnozhoshi, or "The Rainbow Turned To Stone," by the Navajo, this is the largest natural bridge on earth and stretches 275 feet across a side canyon of Lake Powell.
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