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​Top North Rim Photo-Ops at the Grand Canyon

Category: Things to Do

The Grand Canyon tops our list of the nation’s most impressive photo stops. At 277 miles long and 18 miles wide in some parts, it’s one of the largest gorges in the world – and part of the second most visited National Park in America. The scenery here is beyond comparison, from the striped rock layers (strata) of sandstone and schist to the desert oasis surrounding the Colorado River. It’s a must-see for any landscape photographer.

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The Ultimate Utah Road Trip

Category: Things to Do

Utah is home to five National Parks boasting some of the most spectacular scenery to be found in the western U.S. From the spring-fed pools of Zion to the ancient petroglyphs of Capitol Reef, the imagery alone is worth the trip. The good news is that you don’t have to traverse the entirety of the 13th largest state to see three of Utah’s five national parks. All that’s required to complete this ultimate Southern Utah road trip is a reliable car, a central home base and a sense of adventure.

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​Beauty Inspires Art at Zion National Park

Category: Grand Circle

Breathtaking vistas and an iconic sandstone canyon make Utah’s Zion National Park one of the Top 10 most visited parks in America (#5, according to National Geographic). Traverse the popular Riverside Walk trail to and you’ll find lush foliage, moss and hanging gardens that rival the mythical Babylon. Further up, you’ll find the aptly named Canyon Overlook and Emerald Pools, a moderately difficult trail that’s worth trekking for its picture-perfect rock waterfalls. 

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