Scenic USA - Utah

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Devils Lane

Devils Lane

Photo by Bob Fagley

A myriad of sculpted pinnacles are the dominant land forms in the Needles District of Canyonland National Park. Along with the Needles formation, the area is covered with other fanciful shapes with a host of intriguing names, such as Angel Arch, Devils Pocket, Wooden Shoe Arch and Paul Bunyans Potty. Pictured here is Devils Lane that runs parallel with The Grabens, a vertical-walled, grass carpeted valley. Driving into the Devils Lane area requires a rugged vehicle and some advanced four wheeling skills. The access to The Grabens and Chesler Park is through Elephant Hill, a twisting, steep and rigorous challenge.


 

 

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