We Hiked the Hoodoos

On Wednesday we hiked the hoodoos of Bryce Canyon. A hoodoo is a tall, thin spire of rock that you can see quite a lot of in the Southwestern US. At Bryce Canyon National Park, there’s a scavenger hunt of sorts where you search for  benchmarks along the paths, take a picture or a rubbing and then turn them in at the Visitor’s Center for a sticker.

We didn’t know about these in advance, but came across them in our travels throughout the day in Bryce Canyon. We found 4:

Here’s more pictures of our Bryce Canyon adventures:

 

4 thoughts on “We Hiked the Hoodoos

    1. It is beyond amazing. It’s impossible to really show the amazingness of the main hike we took. It’s called Navajo Loop and basically we walked down these really steep slope on switchbacks. When we got to the bottom we walked through a maze of hoodoos towering over our heads.

      And I started out a bit cranky because there are soooo many people at Bryce Canyon. We don’t like crowds very much but these more popular parks, like Bryce Canyon, Zion, Arches attract tourists by the bus loads. I mean, it’s wonderful that they get attention, but it sucks to stand in line at the bathroom 😀

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