Capitol Reef National Park is located in the Southern region of Utah that was originally the park is discovered in near the river Fremont. Many people who dub Capitol Reef National Park as a place that holds a treasure such as cliffs, canyons, domes and rocky reef as well as the structure of monoclinic folds along the 100 miles.
Meanwhile, to get an overall impression of this place, you need to sift through the area called Capitol Reef Scenic Drive along the 25 miles. That is a path formed by a smooth rock walls, towering. Rock at these sites ranged in age “Permian” (270 million years) and the youngest is 80 million years old.
Layers of rock on the west side have undergone removal of approximately 7000 feet higher than the existing layer in the East. Capitol Reef National Park is also often referred to as The Waterpocket Fold (folds the bag of water). Reflecting the erosion processes that have occurred in this region, forming a hollow sac-like folds and it happens in many layers of rock. That form the colorful cliffs, domes, towers of rocks, canyons and other formations in this place.