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Hoodoos are tall skinny spires of rock with variable thicknesses and are often described as having a "totem pole-shaped body." Hoodoos usually have fantastic shapes.
There are hoodoos in the Tucson area along the Catalina highway. They can be found near milepost 15 at “Hoodoo Vista Point.”

To get a good explanation of a hoodoos and see photographs go to: Bryce Canyon National Park

“Who do love hoodoos? We surely do.” Arizona Daily Star. May 18, 2008. Page E1.

Article tagged with: Hoodoos

Last Update: 6-29-2014 2:16pm

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