Capitol Reef National Park: Cathedral Valley By Michael Korfhage, Joel Anderson, 2017
- Capitol Reef National Park: Cathedral Valley
The Capitol Reef National Park has often been described as a “wrinkle on the earth.” The reef is comprised of a linear progression of cliffs, canyons, domes, buttes, spires, and other geologic formations. The park is sixty miles long, but only six miles wide. Truly a reef above water, visitors to the park enjoy the most eye-catching of rock formations. In this national parks poster by Anderson Design Group, we see visitors to the park approach an impressive rock formation which seems to bulge from the earth completely on its own. This vintage national park art can be customized at the ADG Store as a canvas banner, notecard, postcard, framed print, or metal sign. To learn more about Capitol Reef, visit the Friends of Capitol Reef Natural History Association.