Lake Powell was formed by the construction of the Glen Canyon Dam on the Colorado River at Page, Arizona.
This vast lake has nearly 1,960 miles of shoreline: more shoreline than the entire West Coast of the United States.
With its colorful rock formations and more than 9,600 canyons, the contrast between the sandstone cliffs and the aqua blue of the lake, the beauty of this area rivals the Grand Canyon itself.
Near the shores of Lake Powell sits Rainbow Bridge, one of the world's largest known natural bridges. Seeing this natural structure from the air gives you a unique perspective of this natural arch that is larger than the Capitol Building.
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