The Desert Country of the Valley of the Gods in Utah

September 27.

Valley of the Gods was another sight highlighted on our map of things we absolutely HAD to see while visiting the state.

Sign at the entrance of the Valley of the Gods in Utah, USAButtes of red sandstone at Valley of the GodsWe were warned! Fortunately we only saw a few drops of rain on the entire trip.impassable when wet signI see I was into shooting into the car mirror here.
Car mirror reflecting the Valley of Gods in the American SouthwestCar mirror reflecting the Valley of Gods in the American SouthwestMore desert buttes and pinnacles.
A red sandstone butte with sage brush in front at the Valley of the Gods in Utah, USAA red sandstone landform with sage brush in front at the Valley of the Gods in Utah, USAIn my video Al calls this his “money shot”.Pinnacle with the sun behind it, the 'Money Shot', at Valley of the Gods, Utah, USAHere’s mine!Dark rock pinnacle blocking the sun at the Valley of the Gods near Mexican Hat in Utah

September 27.

We went from our amazing campsite at Goosenecks State Park in Utah down to Arizona driving through the Valley of the Gods and then Monument Valley, before spending the night in Page, Arizona.Canyonlands National Park plus everything else to see as handed to us by the super helpful lady in Moab Tourist Office

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