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Moab Fault View Point
Utah

From here you can view the Arches National Park Vistor Center and Access Road. On the other side of US 191 you can see The Moab Fault.

Copyright: Thomas stano
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Tags: road; outdoors; arches; park; moab; viewpoint; access; fault; vistor; center
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