Looking northwest, some of the cliffs of the Grand Staircase catch the early light. The Grand Staircase, that stretches from the Kaibab Plateau in northern Arizona to the Pausaugunt Plateau in southern Utah, is a series of cliffs that rise 5,000 feet (1,524 meters) from the bottom to the top of the "staircase". The pink cliffs here are the top of the staircase at Bryce Canyon National Park.
We should note that Kodachrome Basin State Park is surrounded by the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument which is a huge and largely wild place. At least, it was when I was there. The current corpulent occupant of the White House has proposed reducing its size by half to allow for the rape of the land by mining and oil interests. It's my understanding that lawsuits are being prepared to challenge this unconscionable action.
Kodachrome Basin State Park
Southern Utah, USA