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Kodachrome Basin State Park

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Kodachrome Basin State Park

Within striking distance of Bryce Canyon lies a landscape full of dozens of monolithic stone spires. Known geologically as clastic sedimentary pipes, sand pipes, or sand injectites, these stone towers are believed to be formed under heavy sedimentary layers which forced more water saturated sand pockets up through gaps (maybe geyser holes) in the layers. Over time that sand dried and cemented, resulting in a harder stone than the layers around it. As the layers eroded away, the sand pilar remained to stand above the ground level. There are number of short hiking trails ranging from easy to moderate in difficulty throughout the park to explore the unique stone spires.
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Cannonville, UT 84718, USA
+1 435-679-8562
Sun - Sat 6am - 10pm