An ongoing project capturing the beauty of Capitol Reef National Park. The rock formations at Capitol Reef and Goblin Valley State Parks are some of the most unique and interesting in the world. Both parks are located in the Utah desert and are known for their red rock formations.
Capitol Reef National Park is home to the Waterpocket Fold, a 100-mile-long fold in the earth’s crust. The fold is visible in the rock formations throughout the park.
The park’s Goblin State Park is home to some of the park’s most colorful rock formations. The park features a variety of sandstone and shale rocks, including the distinctive Hobo Hill formation. The formations are named after their resemblance to the hobo hats worn by the American migrant workers of the 1920s.