Sparkling, blue waters against the towering red rock canyon walls, the Lake Powell is an ultimate destination for all kinds of activities. It is the second largest man-made lake (after Lake Mead) in the United States and it took 17 years, from 3/13/1963 to 6/22/1980 to to fill it to the planned level. The method to create this lake is by flooding the Glen Canyon through the Glen Canyon Dam, which is a landmark of the small tourism town Page. This lake so gorgeous that you spend the rest of your life there but you still can not experience all its beauty!
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January 14th, 2019
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