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Often overlooked due to the proximity to much larger Canyonlands and Arches NP, we found Dead Horse State Park to have the best view of all and best access to that view, which is great for us older folks. In fact without knowing in advance,...More
Dead Horse Point can easily be overlooked as you plan your vacation trip; strong suggestion that you do not do that. Very well worth your time to pack a meal, gather up hats, sunglasses, WATER, sun screen and make it out to Dead Horse Point...More
Dead Horse is another of my favorite places in the world. I think it's just spectacular. Although we walked the whole trail from the "Overlook" back to the neck, then to the overlook again from the other side, with kids, I'd just do the main...More
We visited just to check it off our list. It was a pretty view, but nothing that was spectacular in my opinion. I was a little surprised at how expensive the little food place was. My daughters were hungry and the prices were outrageous. They...More
Travelling with Travel Dream West tours we picnicked at the most amazing beauty spots and this was one. A barren landscape with the river meandering through sheer cliffs......savage natural wonder.......drop toilet......take. Water and hand wipes.
This is worth a stop if you are visiting Island in the Sky. A bit steep on the entry fee ($20). Sweeping views. We arrived late afternoon so we only go to see the overlooks. Would have liked more time here.
This is a beautiful park - it is just as, if not more pretty, than Canyonlands down the road. Plus it's more compact and approachable. Beware that it's sun-exposed with little shade on the hiking trails, so it will be much more pleasant early and...More