Rocky scenery in a Utah state park


Our base for exploring Bryce Canyon and Escalante was Kodachrome Basin State Park, which lies between the two.

The park was named by the National Geographic Society because of the green foliage and red rocks. The Society got permission from Kodak to use the name.

On our last day we decided to explore the park itself. It proves again that it’s hard to beat Utah when it comes to rocks.



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