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Hunting for Hoodoos in Southern Utah

avatar   Scott

Posted On 03/26/2021 09:31:01

Utah | Bryce | Bryce Canyon National Park | Hiking | Hoodoos | Rock Formations | Mighty Five | Viewpoints

Hunting for Hoodoos in Southern Utah


Hoodoos are tall and thin spires of rock which are sometimes said to have a shape similar to a totem pole. Bryce Canyon National Park is known for having more hoodoos than anywhere else in the world. The park, one of Utah's Mighty Five, is located in southwestern Utah. The four main viewpoints inside the park (Bryce Point, Inspiration Point, Sunrise Point and Sunset Point) can all be seen during a single day visit.

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Have you planned a spring or summer road trip?

We didn't yet have our RV in 2017 when we visited Bryce Canyon National Park. We definitely want to return to Bryce with our RV, but it won't be during this year's spring/summer RV trip. We are in the beginning planning stages of a trip which will take us to the north central and east parts of the US. We are hoping to be able to explore more national parks (and add some stickers to our map)!

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