Lake Powell was created by damming the Colorado River by the Glen Canyon Dam. The lake is about 180 miles long, stretches from Arizona into Utah, and has 1,960 miles of shoreline, which is longer than the entire west coast of the continental United States. Land access is limited and the best way to explore it is by boat. We only took a fleeting glance from a couple of overlooks near the dam, but the contrast of the blue waters of the lake and the red rock desert landscape surrounding is hard to forget.
|Gone fishing||Rock||American style camping||Ford advertisement||Utah rocks||Marina|
|Boating in the desert||Low light||Lake Powell|