Road Trippin': Casey exposes Moab's gem known as Dead Horse Point State Park
(KUTV) "Shhhh." Moab’s got a secret.
What many Utahns have known for a while is slowly getting out.
Heading to Moab during the month of October is almost perfect. Our last road trip of the season takes us to Dead Horse Point State Park.
Just about 35 miles outside of downtown Moab you’ll find another Hidden gem in this great state of ours.
“Dead Horse Point stands 2000 feet above the Colorado River, with fantastic views in the canyon country,” said Megan Black, a welder with the state park. She added that the park is unique in the fact they are open year round with a 21-unit campground and three yurts. Dead Horse Point also boasts 17 miles of non-motorized single track with areas that can test the beginners to the advanced.
If you are more into rock climbing than biking Wall Street just might be your cup of tea. The world comes to Moab to climb. Wall street is a gorgeous cliff along the Colorado River just minutes outside Moab. One of the things so attractive about Wall Street is its accessibility.
Only in Utah can you have world class climbing less than five steps off a main road.
To find out more about our road trip watch the video above or visit this link.