January 16, 2016

Canyonlands National Park, Utah

Photograph by Ron Koeberer, Alamy

A storm clears over Canyonlands National Park in Utah, as seen from the Grand View Point overlook. Within the park, canyon mazes, unbroken scarps, and sandstone pillars—all carved by the Colorado River and its tributaries—await visitors. Canyonlands is 527 vast square miles, and it's the largest and most undeveloped of Utah's national parks.

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