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From the prominence of Dead Horse Point, 2,000 feet above a gooseneck in the Colorado River, an ever changing landscape unfurls. Immense vertical cliffs meet with canyons carved by ice, water and wind creating a visual masterpiece. Plants and...more
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Outstanding place for sunsets and panoramic views of a rare and special canyon in the Utah desert. Our time there was not overly crowded and we brought a pair of lawn chairs so that we could sit and move wherever we liked to get the...More
This is a spectacular vista point, ignoring the tour bus guy's monologue, but if you are heading south towards Canyonlands, a far better experience is a turn-off signed Canyonlads Overlook. This is not inside the park. The drive in is about 20 miles but you...More
I was a little taken aback at a $20 entrance fee at 5 PM; I suppose it's worth it if you're dirt biking. We had just left Island in the Sky at Canyonlands and the views were quite similar. I lost the Rim Trail on...More
Entrance is 20 USD. It’s a great experience if the weather allows for great views. You will basically see the same or similar landscape like next door neighbor Canyonlands NP Island in the Sky. So if you have a pass for the NP you may...More
We left the "needles district" at Canyonlands and stopped at the advise of a park ranger on the way back to Moab. It doesn't take long and was well worth it with awesome scenery. It's an extremely nice state park with an excellent visitor center.