Famed for its 4,000-year-old petroglyphs and swirling colors, this 46,000-acre state wows visitors with its jaw-dropping views and outdoor pursuits.
This hike is pretty easy and beginner friendly. Along the way, you’ll spot tons of impressive rock formations, such as a small slot canyon and large boulders.
Make your way to this unique formation, and find out why it’s called Elephant Rock. Once there, snap a ton of photos and selfies with the rock formation in the background.