Amangiri, our own Lake Powell area treasure, was featured in a lengthy Forbes Magazine Article titled Amangiri, A Billionaire Enclave In The High Desert Of Utah
The article by Gary Walther is fast paced and informative with a particular focus on our landscapes. He starts off with a bang
It’s a land of spectacular eroded rock formations, pages of the geological past stretching back 180 million years. They reveal (to the trained eye) the violent upthrusting and relentless weathering that created this vast geological zoo—pinnacles, hoodoos (mushroom hooded rock towers), benches, terraces like the upper deck of a stadium, and mesas flat as a marine haircut. They are why the region contains the greatest concentration of National Parks and National Monuments in the country.
Mr. Walther goes on to describe the resort, amenities, hiking excursions and even gets in to the movies as Amangiri sits where the John Travolta hit “Broken Arrow” was filmed.
As old as this west is, there’s nothing old west about the architecture and design of Amangiri (no bleached cattle skulls here). It’s a resort of concrete geometric planes that stand out against the swerving shoulders of rock, but seems perfectly in place.
Take a few minutes and go check out the article Amangiri, A Billionaire Enclave In The High Desert Of Utah
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