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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 is a great hidden gem! My parents, kids, and I came here for a half-day adventure. We enjoyed the beautiful views, and walked several of the easier trails. We weren't sure what to expect from a state park nestled between the national parks, but...More
Well worth the $15.00 if you are a senior or $20.00 for other. Great views you will se no where else. The staff at the visitors center are very helpfull on your visit to the park. Everyone should put this venue on their bucket list....More
We went up to dead horse look out and watch the sunset. It was absolutely breathtaking. We found everything we encountered to be very clean and very well kept. The trails are wonderfully groomed and they have several areas for camping as well as lots...More
This is a very pretty overlook of the Colorado river. The river is not directly underneath so you have to look "away" to see it. Beautiful view but Horseshoe Bend is prettier and more dramatic. Nice view and worth the visit.
Cost $20 to get into but worth the trip completely. JdWithin several miles of Canyonlands National Park but they’re different enough from each other. The East Rim was a beautiful hike. The Potash water basin was really cool to see and learn about at the...More
Dead Horse was an amazing surprise. We only visited the viewing area next to the visitors center and it was AMAZING! Best time to see the view of the canyon is an hour before sunset. Wish we had more time to explore the park.
So we went out to watch the sunset. $20 for admission for an hour, though the pass is good for two days. Not all that much to do out there, except go to the overlook. More like a $10 value. Also, very disappointed the natural...More
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There are bike rental places in Moab, Utah which is the "gateway" town for Arches, Canyonlands and Dead Horse Point. I don't know a specific name, I guess just "google" it. I am not aware of a "shuttle" but there are... More
There are bike rental places in Moab, Utah which is the "gateway" town for Arches, Canyonlands and Dead Horse Point. I don't know a specific name, I guess just "google" it. I am not aware of a "shuttle" but there are various tours available, again out of Moab. Hope this helps.