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Goblin's Lair


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A Goblin Valley State Park visitor is dwarfed by the scale of the Goblin's Lair, a natural cavern in the sandstone. The cave is about 70 feet high from the floor to the skylight overhead. It is only a mile and a half easy hike from the Carmel Canyon trailhead at the overlook parking lot, but there is a climb and scramble over boulders to get to the mouth of the cave. Since this is not a limestone cave, there are no stalactites or stalagmites. The next guided tour to the cavern is scheduled for Oct. 5 at 10 a.m. Visitors are advised to call the park in advance to make sure there are no changes in schedule. Goblin Valley and other Utah state parks will not be affected by the possible closure of federal government services.

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