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Dead Horse Point State Park

The neck of the Point, only 90 ft. wide, drops down 2000 ft. of jagged rock to the Colorado River below. Cowboys once used this area as a "natural corral" for capturing wild horses, until one forgot his wild mustangs and the poor penned animals died of thirst, thus the sad name of the park.

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