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Celebrate Utah – Kodachrome Basin State Park

KODACHROME BASIN (KUTV) – It’s a kind of film used in cameras, a name of a song by Paul Simon and the destination for our next road trip. Kodachrome Basin State Park. A stones throw away from Bryce canyon. The color and beauty found here prompted a National Geographic Society expedition to name the area Kodachrome, after the popular color film.

Kodachrome State Park is also known for it’s towering monolithic spires or chimneys. “Our stone pipe tubes here at Kodachrome they are a unique feature here in the world”, said Jon Witkins, manager with Kodachrome Basin State Park. He added, “we have about 67 throughout this area most of them are in the park”.

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Kodachrome Basin State Park

Kodachrome Basin State Park

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