Skutumpah Road: six miles on a dirt road south of Kodachrome Basin State Park in Utah, takes us to the Willis Creek slot canyons; actually a series of narrow slot canyons. Willis Creek slot canyons wasn't a planned destination, but the Park Ranger at the Grand Staircase Escalante Information Center told us about the location. It's not a wildly popular spot as the famous Antelope Canyon in Arizona, these canyons are still unique, interesting and beautiful. There was still a small stream flowing, and we had to keep crossing it as we traveled down the canyons. These canyons were formed by millions of years of flash floods washing and swirling through the rocks, The contrast from high overhead light accentuates the layers and colors in the sandstone rocks. The Utah National Parks and Monuments are vast, varied, beautiful and interesting - just right for Capturing the Beauty and Color of Nature.