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Modified 27-Sep-18
Created 27-Sep-18
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Kodachrome Basin began more than 180 million years ago and is located on the Colorado Plateau. This uplifted region covers much of the 4 corners area of Utah,Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado.
There are about 70 monolithic spires (pointy things) that are 6 to 170 feet tall. The base of these spires is sandstone and the dominant colors of the area are the red sandstone or the white hills.
The park does offer camping with about 56 campsites. If you ever decide to visit pick the spring months, April, May, and June.

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Keywords:Utah, fall, landscape, park, state