Red Cliffs in Utah // Utah’s Red Cliffs span a stunning and colourful 45,000 acres. The cliffs are formed from red sandstone which gives them their unique appearance and the shade of the towering formations offers some respite in the hot desert. The Red Cliffs Conservation Area offers plenty of space for tourists to explore and hike. There is an Archeological Site featuring ruins of Native American pueblos, and even dinosaur tracks from the Early Jurassic period.
Left Fork, North Creek Falls, Zion National Park // Zion National Park is located near Springdale, Utah, in Washington, Iron, and Kane counties. Streams in the area take rectangular paths because they follow jointing planes in the rocks.