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Published: April 13th 2007EDIT THIS ENTRY

Lake PowellLake PowellLake Powell

near Page, AZ - created by damning the Colorado, Glen Canyon damn is one of the more recent dams and quite controversial, but has created a wonderland for water sports and pontoon boat enthusiasts.

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 North America » United States » Utah » Zion National Park By sabbytravelers
April 13th 2007 When we left Tucson, we decided to head north through Utah and into Denver, then across the heartland of the U.S. Many of you may have traveled this route and may have fond memories of the spectacular Utah parks, Rocky Mountains, rolling hills of Nebraska and flat lands of Iowa. We are here to tell you that all is well in this part of the west: April has brought sweet signs of spring to all after a cold and snowy winter. Folks are actively hiking the parks, enjoying spring skiing and plowing the fields!

Enjoy the memories these pictures may evoke or make a mental note to be sure to visit this part of the country some day!


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Glen Canyon DamGlen Canyon Dam
Glen Canyon Dam

Note the water level mark (white) on the stone sides of the lake...it is at an all time low.
Canyon XCanyon X
Canyon X

a slot canyon near Page, AZ
Antelope CanyonAntelope Canyon
Antelope Canyon

another slot canyon near Page, AZ
Pine TreePine Tree
Pine Tree

happy as a clam in the sandstone rock!
Arches National ParkArches National Park
Arches National Park

A geological wonderland
Heading to DenverHeading to Denver
Heading to Denver

We crossed 10,200 ft as we headed through the Rockies and into Denver. Quite a change from the red rocks of Utah.


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