Walk Through 9,915 Acres Of Rock Formations At Utah’s Goblin Valley State Park
Utah is full of interesting rock formations of all kinds. From Devil’s Slide in northern Utah, to the majestic spires of Bryce Canyon National Park, if a landscape full of sandstone carved over millions of years by erosion is your gig, this is surely heaven on earth.
It’s impossible not to be blown away by the Beehive State’s unique geology, and the hoodoos at Goblin Valley are no exception. Take a stroll through this valley filled with odd rock formations.
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Learn more about the rock formations at Goblin Valley on its website, and follow the park’s Facebook page so you can see all the cool events held at this state park throughout the year.
Goblin Valley isn’t home to creepy Halloween goblins, but we have a bunch of places throughout the state that have spine-chilling names. They might sound spooky, but they’re actually delightful, and you should check them out in our article here.
Writer, editor and researcher with a passion for exploring new places. Catherine loves local bookstores, independent films, and spending time with her family, including Gus the golden retriever, who is a very good boy.
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