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    Photographer: Bob Biek Bryce Canyon National Park, Garfield County Bryce Canyon National Park owes its existence to high rates of erosion by the Paria River and its tributaries, in combination with the alternating resistant and soft, jointed and fractured layers of the Tertiary-age Claron Formation. The park is adorned with a fantastic variety of hoodoos and sculpted fins eroded into the rapidly retreating Paunsaugunt Plateau escarpment.

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    Provo River

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    You can apply for antlerless deer, elk & pronghorn hunts from May 30–June 20.

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    UTAH. The Wasatch mountains

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    Lake Mary Trail, Wasatch Mountains, Utah

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    ▶ Digging Dinos at Doelling's Bowl - YouTube

    Digging Dinos at Doelling's Bowl

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    ~ Kennecott Copper Mine ~ in Salt Lake County, Utah....The largest open-pit mine of the world and second largest copper producer of the U.S....

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    Provo River Sunset, Utah

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    ✯ Silver Lake - Brighton, Utah

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    Bird Refuge Brigham City, Utah

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    Utah Lake Commission

    They said it: “Utah Lake needs a great PR campaign”

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    Great fishing just off the Skyline Drive at Duck Fork and Ferron reservoirs

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    Good dirt roads allow for easy access to the 1.5-square-mile community pit just off Snake Valley Road, near Callao, Utah

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    Clouds of midges and lots of fat fish: The spring electrofishing reports from the Green River are in.

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    Statewide reservoir storage tracked by the Division of Water Resources, April 2012.

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    Scofield Reservoir has lost its ice cap. That occurred this past Wednesday. And that means some fantastic trout fishing is about to begin.

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    Statewide turkey hunt starts soon

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    Utah Division of Wildlife Resources website.

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