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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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Bryce Canyon National Park is named for one of a series of horseshoe-shaped amphitheaters carved from the eastern edge of the Paunsaugunt Plateau in southern Utah. Erosion has shaped colorful Claron lime-stones, sandstones and mud-stones into thousands of spires, fins, pinnacles and mazes. Collectively called "Hoodoos," these unique formations are whimsically arranges and tinted with colors too numerous and subtle to name.

Nearly 50 miles of trail invites a longer hike or an overnight backpack. Thirteen overlooks provide and opportunity to stretch your legs and snap some photos. Horseback rides and ranger lead walks, talks, and campfire programs are available throughout the summer.

In the winter, activities include cross-country skiing.

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Located in Southwestern Utah, Zion National Park is Utah's oldest and most visited park.
Zion is an ancient Hebrew word that stands for place of peace and refuge. As you visit the immense canyons, beautifully sculptured rock formations, soaring cliffs and breathtaking landscapes you will agree that Zion National Park certainly lives up to it's name.
Zion National Park is home to a diverse collection of geological wonders, including formations such as the towering 2,200-foot Great White Through, the park's most famous landmark; the Court of the Patriarchs; The Sentinel; The Watchman; The Checkerboard Mesa; Kolob Arch, a 310-Foot long arch and the world's largest know natural span.
Zion National Park has gained worldwide recognition for it's beauty and grandeur.

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