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Goblin Valley State Park, Utah


Aaron Zagrodnick
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Aaron Zagrodnick

Located a solid 102 miles from the tourist base at Moab, Goblin Valley gives quiet respite from all things civilized. First discovered by cowboys roaming the range in search of lost cattle, this geological playground was designated as a state park as recent as 1964. Originally the site was known as Mushroom Valley, the name inspired by the comically organic appearance that the rock formations take. Since then, the title of Goblin Valley was added, giving the park an other worldly name that suits the curious and enchanting scenery...

Jessica Smith takes us through this nearly off the map Utah destination, read the full article below in Issue 6:

Goblin Valley State Park, Utah

Issue 6 Page 1

Hiking and Camping in Goblin Valley State Park Utah

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