All we can say is WOW Utah just keeps getting better and better. We moved up to Kodachrome Basin State Park and yes it was named with the consent from Kodak because of the beautiful contrast of colors in the park.
The park is tucked into a huge basin and also features nearly 70 monolithic spires with heights to 170 feet. It has a small campground with only 31 sites hidden in pinion pine and juniper trees. Also nice as many sites have full hookups and all the roads have been recently black topped.
|View of campground from one of the trails|
We met up with Tim and Renee and will be using this as our stepping off point to Bryce National Park.
On the route home we stopped for a short hike to a waterfall.
|Tim, Renee, and Snap|
|lunch with a view|
|Ancestral Puebloan habitation|