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Capitol Reef National Park, established in 1971, is located in south-central Utah. It is 100 miles long but fairly narrow. Capitol Reef encompasses the Waterpocket Fold, a wrinkle in the earth's crust that is 65 million years old. The park is filled with brilliantly colored Navajo sandstone cliffs, gleaming white domes, canyons, towers, and arches. The Fremont River has cut canyons through parts of the park but most of the park is arid desert country. A scenic drive shows park visitors some of the highlights, but it runs only a few miles from the main highway. Hundreds of miles of trails and unpaved roads lead the more adventurous into the equally scenic backcountry.

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Category:Travel and Places
Subcategory:North America
Subcategory Detail:United States of America
Keywords:Capital Reef National Park, National Park, USA, UT, Utah, canyonlands, canyons, cliffs, desert, domes, fine art, landscapes, photography, prints, sandstone, scenic, travel, travel destination