Lee’s Ferry in Northern Arizona, is known as a launching point for Colorado River rafters and other interesting rock formations. Vermilion Cliffs National Monument and the California Condor are nearby. Lee’s Ferry is the only place to access the Colorado River by vehicle for hundreds of miles. It’s named after John Doyle Lee, a Mormon Pioneer, who was later convicted and executed for his part in the infamous Mountain Meadows Massacre in Utah in 1877.
Vermilion Cliffs National Monument on a bright spring day in Northern Arizona
US route 89A travels to Vermilion Cliffs National Monument in Northern Arizona
Funky rocks are the highlight at Cliff Dwellers, adjacent to Lee’s Ferry.
The Navajo Bridge crosses the Colorado River at Lee’s Ferry, Arizona
The Colorado River has carved Marble Canyon at Lee’s Ferry, Arizona
Rafters make their way down the Colorado River at Lee’s Ferry, Arizona
California Condors cruise at Vermilion Cliffs.