Dead Horse Point Goose Neck Bend
2,000 feet above the goose neck of the Colorado River, the prominence of Dead Horse Point reveals a magnificent masterpiece. Located near Moab, Utah, this spectacular view rivals that of the Grand Canyon. The immense vertical cliffs meeting with the canyons were carved by ice, water and wind over millions of years. According to legend, the park was named for 19th century cowboys who used the point for wild mustangs in the natural corral and later died from thirst.