I recently visited Goosenecks Overlook at Capitol Reef in September 2016. My boyfriend and I initially weren't planning on stopping there, but changed our minds after reading the reviews on Trip Advisor. We're glad we went because the views were beautiful! It's a very short hike and you are rewarded with a stunning views on each end. It doesn't take... 更多
Truly something to see! Not only the Goosenecks but the entire 360 view was absolutely breathtaking. We camped overnight. Cost was $10. No electricity or water hookups. Fire pits and picnic tables are scattered around to use but bring your own firewood or charcoal. Do note to be very cautious with small children here. There is a 1200 foot rolling... 更多
My wife and I hiked this short and easy trail to the overlook as our last hike in Capitol Reef NP in mid-October 2016. The view from the overlook is dramatic and interesting and this is a good spot to take photos or simply enjoy the topography and geology.
This is a great walk for those who want to drive in and take a short walk with a big payoff. The views from the overlook are dramatic and beautiful. Hang on to your kids, if you decide to take them, because there is always a slim chance they could fall. There is a fence and I would say it... 更多
A very short walk from the car park and the views are magnificent. Sunset Point is on the opposite side and worth doing at the same time. Although if you wanted different shades of sunshine on the scenery for photos, as Goosenecks and Sunset are more or less at the start of the park (and end as you finish for... 更多
Goosenecks is onky 600 feet long one-way. It leads to a breathtaking view of a deep canyon down below. The small parking area is also the parking area for the adjacent Sunset Point trail, 1/3 of a mile one-way. Makes sense to do them together.