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Photograph America Newsletter on Capitol Reef National Park, Utah
 
Capitol Reef National Park is my favorite National Park in Utah because there is more variety here for nature photographers searching for desert landscapes than in Utah's other National Parks. There are hundreds of miles of remote, unpaved roads in the northern Cathedral Valley and along the Waterpocket Folds, south to Lake Powell. There are soaring red rock pinnacles and narrow slot canyons, plus the best panoramic overlook in the Southwest, called the Strike Valley Overlook. Here are details on what to photograph and how to get there: fording the Fremont River to explore the Cathedral Valley, climbing to the Hickman Bridge, shooting the Temple of the Sun and Moon at sunrise and sunset.
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Updated - February 2009
This newsletter on my favorite national park in Utah offers hundreds of miles of remote roads in the northern Cathedral Valley and along the Waterpocket Folds, south to Lake Powell. There are soaring red rock pinnacles and narrow slot canyons, plus the best panoramic overlook in the Southwest, the Strike Valley Overlook.
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Locations
  • Anasazi State Park
  • Aquarius Plateau
  • Bitter Creek Divide
  • Burr Trail Switchbacks
  • Burro Wash
  • Capitol Gorge
  • Cassidy Arch
  • Cathedral Valley
  • Divide Canyon
  • Glass Mountain
  • Halls Creek Narrows
  • Headquarters Canyon
  • Henry Mountains
  • Hickman Bridge
  • Mussentuchit Country
  • Notom
  • Oyster Shell Reef
  • Red Canyon
  • San Rafael Swell
  • Sheets Gulch
  • Strike Valley Overlook
  • Surprise Canyon
  • Thousand Lake Mountains
  • Waterpocket Fold