Capitol Gorge Trail, Photo Gallery, Capitol Reef National Park, Utah
Capitol Gorge Trail
Capitol Reef National Park
Capitol Gorge runs 2.4 miles through the heart of the Waterpocket Fold in Capitol Reef National Park. It's one of only a few natural passages through the 87 mile long uplift, used by American Indian tribes, settlers and ranchers throughout history to link remote regions of Utah. The Capitol Gorge Trail follows a sandy wash below Wingate cliffs and Navajo domes, highlighted by the Pioneer Register, petroglyph panels, a short section of narrows and The Tanks.
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