Coral Pink Sand Dunes is about 10 miles north of Kanab. Located 12 miles west along a paved spur road, the park is an out of the way location that is perfect for camping or simply peaceful exploration of the area.
The sand dunes were created by the tunnelling effect of sand being blown through a pass between the mountains which border the park. The dunes get their pink color from the eroding Navajo sandstone in the area.
Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park
Pinkish sand is eroded from the red stone cliffs to create the sand dunes in Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park. You can walk in the dunes and play in the sand, unfortunately I lost an earring 'somewhere' in the sand. So if anyone finds an earring over there, please send me an E-mail!
This is of the same trip with the overexposed pictures :-((