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Posts tagged “Capitol Reef National Park

Trees in Utah

Capitol Reef National Park

Trees in Capitol Reef National Park, Utah.


1800’s School House

Capitol Reef National Park, Fruita School

Education in the 1800’s America.
The Fruita school in the Capitol Reef National Park.


Desert View

Capitol Reef National Park

Photograph taken near Capitol Reef National Park in Utah.


Utah Trees

Capitol Reef National Park

Trees in Capitol Reef National Park, Utah.


Desert Beauty

Capitol Reef National Park

Photograph taken near Capitol Reef National Park in Utah.


Nearing Sunset in Capitol Reef National Park, Utah

Sunset in Capitol Reef National Park, Utah

Capitol Reef National Park is probably not the first place that comes to mind when thinking of America’s National Parks. For me, the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone or Yosemite are what immediately comes to mind but Capitol Reef is worth visiting. Also what sets the park aside from the other places is that a highway cuts through some of it. With Yosemite, Arches, Canyonlands, etc. you drive through an entrance gate to access the parks. There is an entrance to a section of Capitol Reef, but a portion of it lies along rte 24, making it easy to access without any fees.

The  photograph of the Twin Rocks in Capitol Reef was taken
along rte 24 several hours before sunset.
Travel photography in America’s National Parks is probably my favorite activity.