Hoodoos Cast Their Spells: Bryce Canyon National Park

September 4, 2007 at 4:25 am 2 comments

Utah rocks rock!! This time the hoodoos of Bryce Canyon National Park will rock you with their spells. The hoodoos are pillars of rock left by erosion. Hoodoo means to cast a spell. The fantastic shapes of these rocks are accurately known to cast a spell on every visitor, drawing them to come back, to hunger for more discovery of hoodoos. Staying here for a day is not enough, unless you don’t plan to join the hoodoos by hiking down the canyon. From the rim, Bryce Canyon looks marvelous,


but nothing can compare to being close to these hoodoos down the canyon. For more of the hoodoos, please click here.


Entry filed under: arches, canyons, hiking, nature, rocks, travel.

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  • 1. rhoda  |  September 5, 2007 at 5:30 am

    WOW!!! and double WOW!!! way to go caz! intro pa lang… very interesting na. with your photo documentary and fascination to writing… i am sure your blog will be great! and with the way you explore the world these days… i am sure you’ll have a lot to share with everybody… and soon you’ll have a lot of hit! 🙂

    thanks guid rhod! manol pa ko di sa wordpress, hehehehe! ka-ilinit gani, i wrote a zion national park draft, then, na-erase ko ang blog, huhuhu! 2 hours ko to nga ginpangabudlayan sulat, now my thoughts gone, will have to work on it again. ti, san-o ta mahiking naman?

  • 2. andyandvickie  |  March 23, 2010 at 7:21 pm

    Hoodoos are awesome. Bryce is a little known gem in our national park system.


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