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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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Didn’t know for sure what to expect, but we were recommended to go here. It is small, but what a view. We walked clear out on the rim trail with hardly anyone else out there. Spectacular views with any easy hike.
When visiting Moab, don't miss Dead Horse State Park. Head for the Island in the Sky region of Canyonlands and a few miles before the park entrance take a left to Dead Horse Point. If you are short of time head up to the end...More
Dead Horse Point does not get the publicity that Arches and Canyon lands do. Perhaps because it is smaller in size and is a state Park vs national. This should not keep you from visiting this beautiful grand canyon like park. Mountain biking trails of...More
It is located next to the Islands in the Sky section of Canyonlands National Park and after visiting both today, we thought that the views here were better. The entry fee is $20 per car and although there is just one view point, it is...More
We came to Dead Horse the afternoon following days of rain, so clouds hung around the point, mostly obscuring the views. But when they opened momentarily, the surprising beauty was great. The parking and trails are well maintained.
We enjoyed the hikes here, but the hikes we did choose were very exposed to the sun and were long. Out of all the parks we did when we visited Moab the hikes here were the hottest and longest. The views were beautiful! Be prepared...More
We were staying in Moab to see Arches National Park, and took an afternoon to see Dead Horse Point SP as well. There were verypeople there when we visited. The views of the Colorado river valley are really interesting. There is a nice visitors center...More
Dead Horse Point was beautiful. The day we went was overcast but the colors were still beautiful. It is not as crowded as the National Parks. We walked out to several overlooks and each had a beauty of their own. We did not have long,...More