Formations with Formations

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    South Rim Grand Canyon National Park

    View type : Canyon, Panoramic, Rock Formations

    Grand Canyon National Park is home to much of the Grand Canyon with North Rim and South Rim separated by the Canyon. Grand Canyon is 277 mile long and creates a barrier between the North and the South Rim and requires 215 miles of drive to reach from South Rim Read more [...]

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    Monument Valley

    View type : Butte, Mitten, Mesa, Red Rock Cliffs, Arches

    Monument Valley is a red sand desert region in the Arizona-Utah border popular for towering sandstone buttes and is a frequent filming location for western movies. Some areas of the park are open and can be visited by the 17-mile scenic loop drive, while other areas of the park are Read more [...]

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    Delicate Arch Arches National Park

    View type : Arch, Red Rocks, Formations

    Iconic 52-foot tall freestanding Delicate Arch is one of the main attractions in the Arches National Park and is widely recognized as the state symbol of Utah. It can be reached by a moderate to difficult hike (including a section over slickrock without rails).

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    Schnebly Hill Road

    View type : Panoramic, Sunset, Mesa, Butte, Formations

    Schnebly Hill Road climbs over 2,000 feet from Sedona into the ponderosa pine forests and is a steep, twisty, unpaved, scenic route with panoramic views and several trails.

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    Cathedral Rock Sedona

    View type : Panoramic, Red Rock Formations, Mesa, Butte, Vortex, Sunset

    Cathedral Rock is a natural sandstone formation and one of the most photographed sights in Arizona.  Short, steep hike up to the saddle offers panoramic views and also features a vortex.