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  • Tim Nanos

    Zebra Canyon It is easy to miss the fact that someone is standing down at the bottom of this stunning slot! Utah’s Zebra Canyon gets its name from the distinctive orange and white bands of its sandstone and is very narrow and twisty. If you want to go further along the canyon than 300 feet, you’ll need some climbing skills, as a 10-foot-high vertical dry waterfall blocks the way.


    Zebra Slot Canyon, Utah

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