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The Paria Rimrocks are an amazing collection of hoodoos, badlands, and other interesting rock formations found in the area located between the Cockscomb Fault and the southern section of Cottonwood Canyon Road just north of US 89.
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Utah geology is fascinating!!! The toadstools are another example of this amazing geology! When you arrive at your first toadstool, there are some more past it. As you arrive at that first toadstool look over to your left and follow the worn paths, there are...More
0.8 miles one-way on a well-marked trail. If you lose the trail, follow the dry river bed. It'll get you there with just a few extra steps. Went in June. Was 103* and windy so we took lots of water and needed it. It's an...More
Take your time to explore this very interesting area. The hike from the parking area is quite short and easy. If you feel you've seen everything based on the initial grouping of red hoodoos, you're in for a surprise. Continue both to the right and...More
Keep them beautiful and don't climb on them!!!! The trail is short but very uneven and not clearly marked once reaching the hoodoos but it is easy to find your way. We spent about an hour total to hike there and back and to photograph...More
Trail was a bit more up and down, especially at the end, than we expected. It was almost easier to walk in the creek bed than the trail in most spots. Once we got to the top, it was terrific. You could spend a few...More
This is just a short nature walk, about 2 miles round trip, that goes to an area that has a few rock hoodoos, called "toad stools". The erosional features of the geologic formations are interesting. There are not many toadstools but it's a nice walk....More
The Toadstools tail is a fun and easy hike for small children. You can do it in less than an hour. It's a hike to view to really cool formations and some beautiful cliffs, which during the spring might have amazing water falls.