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Vermilion Cliffs National Monument, Boulder

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  • Vermillion Cliffs is a relatively new National Monument that protects a section of land on the Arizona-Utah border. The monument is appropriately named, as the brilliant red color of the cliffs strike...  more »
  • Nice time hiking and Jeeping around Utah. The absence of crowds and the joy of nature made our day most pleasant!  more »
  • Wow! What a stunning route from the Grand Canyon North Rim to either Page or Flagstaff. These cliffs are, to me, even more beautiful than Zion National Park. Words can’t describe it. Just take the rou...  more »
  • So beautiful, just driving through you are rewarded for miles with breathtaking views. I only got to explore a little, but I will def be back for more. Make sure you bring snacks with you and lots of water.
  • An awesome little place in the middle of no where. I"m so lucky we were able to drive past it. Would def come stay again!
  • A very wonderful place where you can reach the essence of the nature.
  • We were looking for Lake Powell and somehow ended up here. It was a very pleasant mistake. This part of Arizona was beautiful. Next time we come back we are going to be looking for slot canyons
  • More photos are needed to showcase the parks beauty. Also, take what advice you can from the locals. They show you the less traveled sites, as well