Wahweap Hoodoos – Page, AZ

This post is about 5 days late due to our inability to get a strong enough connection to the internet even at busy places like our campground or the marina.  The canyons block all the signals.

While we were at Page we went out to explore some incredible rock formations located only about 20 miles from town and another 10 miles down a 4 wheel drive road.  A friend of ours from Florida, Michael, has joined us here for a few days as he journeys out west.

Wahweap Hoodoos

Wahweap Hoodoos

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Beautiful green, blue and white

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Beautiful sandstone formations

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Some of them where huge

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The brown cap was a layer of composite pebbles that prevent erosion beneath the sandstone

Mister Big Stuff.  Hoo Doo you think you are?

Mister Big Stuff. Hoo Doo you think you are?

We were lucky to be the only ones there

We were lucky to be the only ones there

This one had a tippy cap

This one had a tippy cap

This Horn Toad Lizard was almost invisible against the rocks

This Horn Toad Lizard was almost invisible against the rocks

Of course we had to have a photo of cactus in bloom

Of course we had to have a photo of cactus in bloom

7 responses to “Wahweap Hoodoos – Page, AZ

  1. Fantastic! I had never heard of those. Where next? Bryce, Kodachrome?

    • sunandsandtravelers

      We’re at the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, then some BLM sites, then Zion, Bryce, Kodachrome and points beyond. A year of planning.

  2. Matthew John Fields

    Is there anything or anywhere you have not done/gone to on this trip!!!! HooDoo you love!!! Keep it up Caton’s!!! The posts, pics and side stories are continually awesome.

  3. Whoa, that’s a whole lot of white!

  4. Love the colours!

  5. Steve and Dianna

    We have just got caught up on your adventure. it looks and sound amazing. Dianna says we are still jealous. and can’t wait till your next update.

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