Kodachrome Basin State Park

14 thoughts on “Kodachrome Basin State Park”

  1. Isn’t it amazing how you can go from cold and snowy to hot and sunny in a short distance? Keeps us on our toes. I get a little wacky going without internet too long…..I can go without the TV but the internet – no way. Yep, that rock formation looks familiar…..I’m going with the letter d – PG version 🙂

  2. Gotta love that about the west this time of year, the weather can change in an instant! This is definitely a place to add to our Utah plans. We lived in Sedona for several years, where so many of the red rock formations were named. I am guessing no one wanted to touch this one. 😉

  3. Too bad you were just a day apart from Hans and Lisa’s stay. Looks like you both had a wonderful time at Kodachrome. We drove down for a day of hiking while we were staying at Bryce. It was a shortened, however because of a rain storm which also kept us from getting to the Grosvenure Arch:( That road to the arch is amazing when wet…a slick uncontrollable “icy” mess. I did love all the spires throughout the park. Quite…interesting!

    1. The road to the park is paved. I guess it would depend on how long of a drive you would have to get there to determine if it’s worth it or not. It’s a long drive, I would probably say no if you’re only going for that short of time.

      1. Thanks for your reply! 🙂 We’ll be driving down from Capital Reef, so we’ll be passing by Cannonville and from what I can tell, it’s not too far away from there?

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