Kodachrome Basin

Kodachrome Basin – A Secret Magical Place

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Best known for the 67 unique sand pipes that accent the breathtaking desert landscape, Kodachrome Basin Park has a well-deserved reputation as a photographer’s paradise. In fact, the multicolored sandstone monoliths, nestled beneath southern Utah’s brilliant blue skies, inspired National Geographic Society photographers to nickname the area Kodachrome Flat (after Kodak’s then-newest film) during a 1948 photography expedition. Kodachrome Basin, located about 20 miles southeast of Bryce Canyon National Park, awes thousands of visitors each year with its other-worldly landscape,

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Utah National Parks

Utah National Parks are a collection of the most distinct national parks in America.   One of the reasons Utah National Parks are so popular is the fact that they are in very close proximity to each other.   There are five national parks in Utah and, of these, Bryce Canyon National Park is generally considered the most unique.

How to get here: Visitors to Utah’s National Parks will find that there is an easily traveled and incredibly scenic corridor to

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