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Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Goosenecks State Park, Mexican Hat, Utah

The morning after camping in the Valley Of The Gods, and after driving the Moki Dugway, we stopped at the Goosenecks State Park.

I had not been before I was interested in going.

The feature here is walking along the rim of the Canyon that is created by the San Juan River that flows eventually into the Colorado River.

There are rafting excursions that will take you through the San Juan River here.

There are multiple horseshoe bends creating some great natural features.

The only thing g I wish isvthat the etched rock on the walls of the canyon were more colorful like imother places in Utah

If you are in the general area it is worth the Utah State spark fee to sped a bit of time to see the San Juan River and how it carved outhouse is serpentine path through the rock.

Tonight it’s on to Butler Wash up the road in Bluff, UT for hiking to ruins and petroglyphs.


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