My travels around the world

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Glacier National Park Goblin Valley State Park  
Roosevelt National Park Grand Canyon, North Rim    
The Geyser Basins of Yellowstone      


Goblin Valley State Park

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Utah, Goblin Valley State Park

The unusual stone shapes in Goblin Valley are result from the weathering of sandstone.  The formation  of these mushroom-shaped rock pinnacles are called hoodoos.

 Wind and water have carved fantastic and unique goblin-like sculptures out of the rock.

Me, picture hunting

There are thousands of "goblins" in this 15 000 km2 park . I was surprised that we were allowed to walk around in the area. It's even three marked trails and a resting area with shades.

This Pronghorn has itching horns
Camp ground not far from the park. Me preparing the evening meal!
Remarkable camp ground view!

Utah, September 2010 ©


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