Hoodoos defy gravity.
Tipped; just a boulder.
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Hoodoos are fascinating landforms. We found this one while elk hunting. It is not in a remarkable spot, and is in an area few from the public, save hunters ever see. The head is perhaps 18 feet in diameter.
One place where there are hundreds of rock hoodoos is the North Fork of the Shoshone River between Yellowstone and Cody, WY. It is amazing what rock spires there are, and the fantastic shapes. Added to that are hundreds of small arches and rock windows. On one drive I counted over 200 holes in the rock walls. If you really tried, I’ll bet you would count twice that. A great place for viewing bighorn sheep fall through early spring. There is a place south of Cody called the Hoodoo Ranch, I would love a tour of that place! They must have quite a rock garden.