A Meteorite Hit Canyonlands National Park 60 Million Years Ago, Utah And The Result Is Otherworldy

Utah’s national parks are full of strange and unique rock formations of all kinds, from the spires and hoodoos of Bryce Canyon National Park to the natural arches and bridges found at Arches National Park. There’s a puzzling rock formation at Canyonlands National Park, and for years scientists disagreed about how it came to be. Today, there’s a leading theory, and it involves a meteorite impact!

Learn more about the theories surrounding Upheaval Dome on the Canyonlands National Park website.

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