WahWeap HooDoos Escalante Utah in 360 Degrees

Wah Weap Hoo Doos Escalante, Utah

Wahweap HooDoos in 360 Degrees ESCALALANTE, Utah 

Of all the Escalante hikes, this is one of the longer ones, for it is more like 9-10 miles total.  Luckily it is pretty easy to not get lost, for you just follow the river bed.  It starts just outside of Big Water. I took a few detours for I noticed a lot of Slot Canyons on both the left and the right side of the river, and some of those were really great finds, like the awesome Slot Canyon Picture Above. This picture is super fascinating to me, for the rock that Todd is standing behind used to be a top to a HooDoo, but it was knocked off, or the bottom got washed away in the slot.  It was on the right side of the river about 1-2 miles in.  As you walk, the cliffs are beautiful around the river bed, especially on the right side about 1-2 miles in.  We ventured away from the river bed to catch a closer look, and that is when we found the slot canyon above. Below is a 360 Walk through the Slot Canyon.

Found an amazing Slot Canyon just East of the Trail to the WahWeap HooDoos.  

It was so amazing for the slot was different than anything I have seen before, and there was these huge round balls of rocks in the slot.  We discovered they were tops of a HooDoos that lost their tops.

One of my favorite finds was this little slot canyon as we were hiking into the HooDoos. The huge balls in the slot canyon are actually tops of HooDoos.

360 Google Earth Trail on Wah Weap Hoodoo Trail

In the below 360 if you turn around 180 degree you can check out the row of the tops of the Hoodoos in the slot.  The arrows will walk you all the way through the slot Canyon.

If you want to see more of this cool Slot, Click on the Google Earth Link, then the litte dude in the bottom corner, then any blue line or dote to see more.


  This hike is full of wonder, but what I like the best is that when you get to the HooDoos, it is just a fun wandering around some magnificent creations. There are no rules of "here is the straight trail", it is just be respectful of the amazing creations and wander where ever you feel safe.   They are absolutely stunning and different than anything you have ever seen before.  The best view of these is from this awesome aerial video my Husband Todd put together.  Check it out.  It is amazing!


360 Google Earth Trails at Wah Weep HooDoos

Below is a 360 at the WahWeap HooDoos.  They are formed by the hard rock on top of the sand stone protecting what is underneath creating these awesome towers with brown tops.

Below is a 360 that you can wander around Hoodoos both in front of you and behind you.  Just click and see how close you can get to there cool things.

The most famous of the Hoodoos is the WHITE GHOST.  Rotate the below 360 image 180 degree and you can see the famous WHITE GHOST.

You can also see the White Ghost in these images if you rotate it 180 degrees and look in front of Todd and to the right.

Fascinating place these WahWeep HooDoos place.  It is different than anything you have ever seen before, and so worth the hike.  Put it on your list for it is a definite awesome hike to do.  

This hike was all so incredible that is was super hard to pick just a few of my favorite 360 images.  If you enjoyed this area, I highly suggest to click on the link below and go to Google Earth.   Click on the little dude in the bottom corner, and then click on any section you want to see more of...
WahWeap HooDoos Escalante Utah

If you would like to see my favorite hikes in Escalante, here is a GoogleList with all my Escalante Favorites on a map.

Of Course one of the most important things you need to take on this hike, is lots of water.  I love my CamelBak Hydration water Back Pack.  So great to have when hiking, and such a perfect Christmas Gift.

Above is this awesome section I loved for you are walking along this enormous cliff that goes straight up for what seems like forever.  It was right at the end of the HooDoos, but was definitely worth the stroll. 
Video of  another slot canyon I found right before I got to the Hoo Doos. Just click below and it will come up.

Such a great Adventure.  If you want to see more of just the Hoodoos, here is a link to Google Earth to a close up of just the Hoodoos.  Click on link, then little dude in corner, then any blue dot where you want to see more. 
 WahWeap HooDoo area on Google Earth