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While it's an easy day-trip to drive to the Grand Canyon, Arizona, there are plenty of other great stops to make, including:
Valley of Fire - Nevada's oldest State Park. Located just 50 miles northeast of Las Vegas, the park contains formations of eroded sandstone and sand dunes more than 150 million years old. These features create the illusion of being on fire when reflecting the Sun's rays.
Bryce Canyon National Park - located in Utah, Bryce Canyon National Park consists of a dozen smaller ravines eroded into the east side of a ridge running roughly north-south at the edge of the Paunsaugunt Plateau in southwest Utah. You'll see thousands of strange rock formations, in many shades of pink, white, yellow and red, extending in quite a narrow band for over 25 miles.
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Video: A crazy short film, set in the Valley of Fire, Nevada