The Beaver Dam Wash is a seasonal stream near the southwestern Utah-Nevada border. At its southern end in northern Arizona, near the point where it empties into the Virgin River, the stream flows throughout the year.

At 2179.8 ft. elevation, Beaver Dam Wash is the lowest point in the state of Utah.
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By: kkeps

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