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Capitol Reef National Park
Note: I had only short visit passing through the park so this is only small representation of what this remote park has to offer.
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: The large park starch on both sides of hwy 24 somewhere between the small
towns of Torrey and Hanksville.
Capitol Reef National Park is a hidden treasure filled with cliffs, canyons and
arches in a 100 miles geologic monocline in the middle of the desert. The park
has rich history of western settlements and many places to hike and explore.
thoughts:Unfortunately, I never invested the needed time to really enjoy and
explore this park, I just drove through hwy 24 crossing the park along the deep
Fremont River Canyon.
can be interesting point to view the landscape from the car where hwy 24 cut east/west
through the park Capitol-Reef mountain range, short hike or stop at the visitor
center or even longer stay and exploration.
number of visitors at the park is relatively smaller than other “famous” parks and
the large size promise you will have secluded experience.
below only few places to hike:
Bridge Trail Head
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