We walk in the Goblin Valley, as complete strangers, probably overshadowed by so many American landscapes. The Goblin hoodoos or fairy chimneys, are actually the erosion-resistant rock tops that left standing after the softer lime stones got eroded.
Hoodoos in Goblin prevail all across the valley forming a unique landscape and a rounded so that resemble giant mushrooms (rather than goblins which gave the valley its name).
Goblin Valley State Park is located in Utah, United States, and you can tour through three marked trails. It is an arid environment with limited wildlife.