Kodachrome Basin was the 3rd stop on our hiking trip through Utah’s best parks with kids.
The Angel’s Palace Trail was a short 1.5 mile hike that showcased some weird, sandy rock formations that looked like droopy clay. Much of the trail curved around and over these rocks.
Towards the end of the trail, several overlooks jutted out from the trail that seemed to exist only for ill-advised photo opportunities. We ventured carefully on some of the safer-looking ones, but there were many worn paths that extended to the edge of loose and crumbly sand. I would certainly recommend caution here, as the overlooks are inviting but unstable.