2Slide Rock State Park, near Sedona, Arizona

It took Mother nature less than 8 billion years to create this natural water chute. It was once part of an irrigation system for a local apple orchard. Today it not only offers visitors a break from the heat but also provides memorable views of the rugged surrounding canyon walls. This waterslide is 80 feet in length and is lubricated by algae that cling to the crimson rocks. 

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