On our drive north from Zion National Park we spotted Kolob Canyons of Zion National Park. Having a few hours of daylight left, we turned into the park and started a steep climb out of the flat lands. As we reached the upper part of the park we were amazed at the red rock formations – and nobody was around. We had the park almost to ourselves.
What was most impressive is that when we got to the east end of the canyon rim road we could see for 80 miles over the vast plateau that drains into Zion National Park. You can almost see the millions of years of geologic time speeding by.
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