Quick Trip: Lake Powell

Lake Powell, Utah

Nearly 200-miles long, Lake Powell stretches from Utah to Arizona filling brilliant red canyons full of dark blue water. Labyrinth-like canyon arms stretch in every direction, creating unending branches of exploration.

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