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Capitol Reef National Park
Designated a national monument in 1937 and a national park in 1971, the majesty of Capitol Reef has been attracting visitors to its sandstone formations, cliffs and canyons, and a 100-mile long bulge in the earth's crust called the Waterpocket Fold for almost a hundred years. Erosion has carved the rock into incredible shapes that have been given names such as Capitol Dome, Hickman Bridge, Grand Wash and Cathedral Valley.