Goblin Valley State Park

On our way to Capitol Reef, we noticed that Goblin Valley State Park wasn’t too far off the beaten path. It set us on a course about 10 miles out of the way. Kevin really wanted to stop to see the hoodoos! It was great running around though them and taking pictures.

Bryce didn’t care. He was tired from the last few days. He ended up napping in the car. HAHA!

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Goblin Valley Visitor Center
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We only visited the the beginning of Valley 1 since we didn’t have a lot of time.
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Look at all those hoodoos!
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Kevin helped me up so I could get a picture, too!
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My husband is a mountain goat. He climbs the most precarious things!
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It was a quick little stop, but totally worth it!

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