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This was a port of call as we were doing the Dinosaur Trail. These rock formations are really odd looking like giant mushrooms. The weather was superb the day of our visit so we spent quite a while walking and climbing around. There are ramps...More
Maybe improved is not the correct word. They have constructed a corrugated walkway around the most critical Hoodoos for protection. Even so some dummies still go into the restricted area evidenced by the foot prints. The is still plenty of real estate you can walk...More
When we saw this place i remember Cappadocia of Turkey it is very similar on natural art land formation. Its isolated and you need a transportation tonreach this place but trully a breath taking scene when u arrived on this place. no entrance fee for...More
Travelled from Nova Scotia to Calgary to visit family. The Hoodoos was on my list of attractions to visit. This is an outdoor attraction with no admission fees. We visited on a sunny warm day and did the designated walking trail. Such a unique landscape....More