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The 1.5-mile Angel’s Palace Trail in Kodachrome Basin State Park affords wonderful views — a nice payoff for a short hike.
The remote area encompassing Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument was the last region in the United States to be mapped.
The slightest of overhangs was sufficient to provide shelter to those in need of it, ancient or contemporary. This one is in Capitol Reef National Park.
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