To be honest, I had never heard of this state park before I actually started preparing for our US roadtrip. And I'll also gladly admit that I may have made fun of its name on numerous occassions. Well, it is on the list of 'unusual place names' after all... But all joking aside, Dead Horse Point State… Continue reading The majestic view of Dead Horse Point State Park
On our 16-day roadtrip we drove from one famous landmark to another, with highlights every single day. But along the way we passed many less known places as well. And it's not because their name isn't known all over the globe that it's not worth it to take a quick pitstop and see what that… Continue reading Pitstop at Mexican Hat and in Goosenecks State Park
On our way from Arches National Park (more to come soon) to Capitol Reef National Park (also more to come soon), we made a little detour to a state park that looked pretty cool from the pictures; Goblin Valley State Park. The name itself is sort of self-explanatory. It's a park with sandstone erosions that look a lot like… Continue reading The playground of Goblin Valley State Park
The main focus of our US roadtrip last month was to see as many nature parks as we could fit into our schedule. We ended up scratching seventeen National and State Parks off our bucket list, so it was a definite success. But not every tourist likes to take a roadtrip. Many people like just a short… Continue reading Red Rock Canyon vs. Valley of Fire; what to do and what not to do?