— Although we did not have ample time to explore Capitol Reef National Park while traveling in Utah in 2016, this short drive at the park was a feast to our eyes. Goosenecks Overlook and Panorama Point are two specific areas in the park a visitor must see. Capitol Reef NP is located in south-central Utah in the area known as the red rock country. A look at this photo here shows that clearly. Capitol Reef was established as a national monument in 1937. On December 18, 1971, it was then established as a national park. The park is 241,904 acres (377.98 sq mi) in size.
Camera: Sony a6300
Taken: 13 May, 2016
Focal length: 23.6mm
Location: 38° 18′ 18.324251898169″ N 111° 17′ 41.522171945701″ W
Shutter speed: 1/60s