Lens Travels - Living our Dreams! travel blog

Good Morning!

Our campsite at Kodachrome Basin St. Park

Airing down the tires for off-roading

This hill is where we get internet service - 8 mi from...

Len checking out the valley

 

 

 

Double arches

 

 

Salsify Flower

 

 

Double Arch

Marrow

Joyce, Bill & Sharon


The colors and contrast of this area prompted the National Geographic Society in 1949, with consent from Kodak Film Corp., to name the park Kodachrome. There are nearly 70 monolithic spires, ranging from six to 170 feet in height throughout the park. So many colors, textures and shapes in every direction.

The first part of our day took us 11 miles from the park to the Grosvenor Arch, which is a double arch and one of the states most impressive. After enjoying the short walk to the arch, we continued down Cottonwood Canyon road. Post to follow...



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