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Capitol Reef gets less than eight inches of rain per year, but danger awaits the unprepared. Flash floods can occur any time but are most common when late summer thunderstorm send raging torrents down otherwise dry, sandy washes. Twisted, stunted juniper and pine trees and other hardy plants dot the landscape.

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