This photogenic group of hoodoos and balancing rocks are a natural wonder to see. Some describe these as goblins, ghosts or toadstools. Enjoy the unique geology of the sun scorched lands of the Southwest.
The cap of the hoodoo is a Dakota Sandstone which was a beach of an incoming seaway, is 100 million years old. The post of the hoodoo is Entrada Sandstone, dating 160 million years old. The hoodoos come in all shapes and sizes and can be reached by hiking along Wahweap Creek.