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Lake Powell Sunset Taken With Cell Phone

Driving to Big Water from our new office in Page, Arizona, last night I pulled over to snap these with my cell phone. Evening sunsets during monsoon season can be stunning. I stopped along side the highway and shot some

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7 Minutes of Some of the Greatest Scenery on Earth – Kane County Utah

Lake Powell, Zion National Park, Bryce National Park, Coral Pink Sand Dunes, The Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument, easy access to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, all right here in Kane County, Utah. Sponsored by the Kane County

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Lake Powell Resorts and Marinas Release Their New Axiom Star Yacht Line With A Party!

The Memorial Day Lake Powell party not to miss was Saturday Night, May 24, on the Wahweap Docks at Latitude 37 restaurant. Lake Powell Resorts and Marinas launched and christened 7 new luxury houseboats from the Axiom Star Yacht line

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11 Cool Lake Powell Facts

1. Lake Powell was created by Glen Canyon Dam which took ten years to build. Started in 1956 the project was done in 1966. 2. When Lake Powell is at full pool it is 560 feet deep at Glen Canyon

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2014 Castle Rock Cut Dredging Underway

With the water level at Lake Powell lower than it has been since 2005 the National Park Service is once again deepening Castle Rock Cut. The Cut is a popular Lake Powell short cut which can save boaters upwards of

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Lake Powell Makes Huffington Post’s 20 Most Beautiful Lakes in the World List

In November of 2014 Huffington Post published an article on The Worlds 20 Most Beautiful Lakes. Lake Powell was up against some pretty stiff competition and did well. From the article A few of these irresistible bodies of water owe

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Rainbows From My Porch

September 11, 2013 is just about the end of the Monsoon Season and we got a drencher. These beautiful double rainbows showed up late in the afternoon. There is nothing like summer rain in the desert! Click images for full

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International Dark Sky Week – 2013

As International Dark Sky Week wraps up it seemed like a good time to reflect on our area and the importance of preserving our dark skies

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Castle Rock Cut Being Dredged Again

For the second time the National Park Service has hired Brown Brothers Construction from Loa, Utah, to deepen the Castle Rock Cut at Lake Powell. The first time was in 2009 when the cut was deepened to allow boat traffic

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Lake Powell & Amangiri Get Some Excellent Press

It is Championship Weekend at the US Open Tennis Tournament, and yes, I am a fan and glued to the action! During my morning search of the news and all things Lake Powell I ran across this in the New

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