Kodachrome Rock Sedimentary pipe

Kodachrome Basin State Park

Utah Sights
Utah Sights
Named during a National Geographic Society expedition in 1948, Kodachrome is named for the film. You'll be taking lots of pictures as well as there is all kinds of color among the rock spires. There are over 70 spires called sedimentary pipes. The background rocks and mountains make the state park a truly scenic place. The State Park isn't too far from Bryce Canyon National Park and could easily be combined with it. Nearby as well is Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.
Kodachrome Basin Map
Shakespeare Arch
Driving into the park
Driving into the park
Driving into the park
Views from Sentinel Trail
Sedimentary pipe
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Kodachrome Spire
Sentinel Trail Shakespeare Arch
Kodachrome Rock
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