The 59 Vets Introduces You to Capitol Reef National Park in Utah!

1Capitol Reef National Park


There are a lot of national parks in the state of Utah, so it’s easy to misplace one of them once in a while. For every single one of them is an astonishing refuge of epic landscapes and terrain. And amazing wildlife and natural beauty.
So it is for Capitol Reef National Park in south-central Utah. Approximately 60 miles (97 km) in length and only 6 miles (9.7 km) wide on average, the park was established in 1971 and covers 241,904 acres of rugged desert landscape and is open all year long,
The park contains a 100-mile Waterpocket Fold that displays the earth’s diverse geologic layers. Other natural features include cliffs, monoliths, sandstone domes (shaped like the U.St. Capitol) and a myriad of unique desert foliage and wildlife. This is the place to hike, bike, ATV, RV and get the barbecue cooking!
To learn more about Capitol Reef National Park, go here: And to learn about our project to help U.S. veterans, please visit us at We can’t wait to trek this summit with you!

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