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10 Beautiful Pictures of Vermilion Cliffs National Monument

Cheyenne Reed

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The Vermilion Cliffs National Monument is a sea of brilliant rock formations in Northeastern Arizona, on the border of Utah. This area includes White Pocket Paria Plateau, Vermilion Cliffs, Coyote Buttes and Paria Canyon. We’ll show you in 10 pictures, why you should visit the Vermilion Cliffs and see them with your own eyes.

1) Look at the Vermilion Cliffs!

Flickr User dezzouk
Flickr User dezzouk

It’s a pretty fitting name, don’t you think? To me, it sounds like an alien planet. It even looks like one. The famous Wave sandstone formation is located here too, making it an incredibly photogenic and popular place.

2) There Are Many Hues of Reds and Oranges

Flickr User Roland Zeller
Flickr User Roland Zeller

The various mineral deposits create a unique colorful look.

3) The Red Cliffs Really Pop Against the Bright Blue Sky

3 Flickr User Kajtek
3 Flickr User Kajtek

And the green plants, too! Absolutely gorgeous. It looks like the whole world is now a painting.

4) Here’s a Pastel Version

Flickr User dezzouk
Flickr User dezzouk

It’s equally as divine.

5) When it’s Stormy, it’s Undeniably Beautiful

Flickr User albert barker
Flickr User albert barker

Getting caught in a storm in the Vermilion Cliff would actually be a magical thing. You would experience the most brilliant lightning show.

6) Check Out This Sherbet Colored Sky

Flickr User Guy Schmickle
Flickr User Guy Schmickle

Absolutely breathtaking. Arizona Sunsets are just spectacular!

7) We Should Probably Talk About This Stunning Reflection 

Flickr User Guy Schmickle
Flickr User Guy Schmickle

It’s basically flawless.

8) We Bet the View From the Top of That Rock is Incredible

Flickr User Ray Palmer
Flickr User Ray Palmer

Red rocks as far as the eye can see.

9) These Smooth Rocks Are Spread Out Like Icing On a Cake

Smooth rocks at the Vermilion Cliffs National Monument.
Flickr User Gleb Tarassenko
Flickr User Gleb Tarassenko

We don’t recommend eating any of it of course. You just have to use your imagination.

10) Can You Even Handle This View?

Flickr User Jerry and Pat Donaho
Flickr User Jerry and Pat Donaho

Neither can we! It looks like a landscape painting. Absolutely breathtaking.

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