This road is a dirt road through the bottom of Capital Reef National Park. We came at this road from Lake Powell. Bullfrog. So we went up the road to the top of the plateau that start the Ecalante Starcase formations. First of all, the road is a series of tight, very tight switchbacks that rise quickly to the top of the Fold. The rock formations are so close you can touch them. It is an amazing journey through beautiful geology. That whole area is nothing but beauty. The road conditions this year were excellent. No water on the trail. The Burr Trail is dirt only in the National Park. Once you pass out of the Park boundaries, it is paved.
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