A new infographic called one Utah location a “natural beauty” that needs to be seen before it disappears.
HighTide Technologies recently put together an infographic that shows 15 natural wonders that are must-see destinations before they disappear.
“With a flick of the faucet, we can easily harness one of nature’s most powerful and sustaining forces: water. Whether rock was sculpted, land washed away or sources joined, water has crafted some of the world’s most striking landscapes and spaces,” according to HighTide Technologies.
Utah’s lone location on the list is Bryce Canyon. The infographic said Paunsaugunt Plateau in southern Utah is specifically one of the top spots to visit.
The graphic said that water will impact the area and could flood it.
“As Utah gets warmer and drier and local rainfall changes, there is an increased chance of flash flooding, which can be deadly,” the infographic reported.
Three Arizona locations also made the list, including the Grand Canyon, Antelope Canyon and Vermilion Cliffs, which share the border with Utah.
You can see the full infographic at HighTide Technologies.