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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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This little gem of a park is n the midst of the big National Parks but much less expensive. There is a 5-6 mile trail that goes all the way around the peninsula rim and it is DOG friendly!! There is a great campground in...More
This State Park rescued our holiday during the Government shutdown. The 2 other National Parks in the area were CLOSED due to snow but Dead Horse Point was of course still open. Great photo opportunities, kids had fun throwing snowballs over the stone fence (as...More
Dead Horse Point State Park offers incredible views into the canyons surrounding Moab, and is often less packed than the national parks in the area. It's a great fall-back plan or a good place to just get an alternate perspective on the canyons and wild...More
As many people presumably do, we visited Dead Horse State Park after visiting the Island in the Sky part of Canyonlands, which is sort of ‘next door’.
Whilst the views at Dead Horse are great, it costs an additional $20 to visit here, and we...More
This place is spectacular! The views are breathtaking.. on a clear day not only can you see about 100 miles in all directions, but you can also see the goose neck of the Colorado River , amazing rock formations , cliffs, mesas, buttes, you can...More