Description No trip to Utah's Castle Country would be complete without a visit to Goblin Valley State Park. Wind and water have carved fantastic and unique goblin-like sculptures out of rock, creating an outdoor playground that inspires the imagination. Numerous rocks and coves offer unlimited walking, exploring, or hiking opportunities. It is well worth the time to hike through the area for a few hours, to enjoy the desert beauty and fascinating comical goblin forms that you find here. Along the way, there are fine views of the San Rafael Reef and the Henry Mountains. The park is a photographer's paradise. Near the park area, history buffs can discover rock art left by ancient Indians and ruins left by early prospectors, miners, and ranchers. There are also great slot canyons for adventuresome hikers. Prior to entering the park, there are excellent off-highway vehicle and biking routes to explore.
Mark Smith, Utah Member Since June 2009 Artist Statement Over the last quarter century of photographing wildlife and nature in Rocky Mountains. and Grand Circle. I've been privileged to witness many amazing sights, and have managed to capture some of these images .
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