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Top Rock Arch overlooking the Wave
Arizona

Janel Jasper at Top Rock Arch overlooking the Wave within the Coyote Buttes of the Vermilion Cliffs National Monument, Arizona. Check out more photos at JonJasper.com

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Tags: coyote buttes; the wave; wave; vermilion cliffs; national monument; paria; canyon; canyoneering; arch; utah; arizona; arizona strip; jon jasper; janel jasper; nature; outdoors; hiking; top rock
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