a Chipmunk expect food
what a colorful scenery
on the Navajo Loop trail
One of Mother Nature's most spectacular creations is on permanent display in
Eons of frost weathering
have created rows and rows of multicolored pilars called hoodoos
arranged in a gigantic natural amphitheatre.
First humans roamed the area 10 millenia ago and later the Anasazi and
Fremont cultures left their marks. When the first Europeans arrived Paiute Indians
lived in the area.
Sunset Point is the goto place for a realy breathtaking scenic panorama.
here you can take the Navaho Loop trail down into the canyon and stroll in admiration between the hoodoos and the centuries old Douglas
Firs. Watch for ravens and chipmunks.
We visited this marvel in June1990 and returned in May 1994
the lookout at Sunset Point
the colorful amphitheater of hoodoos and Douglas Firs
Douglas Firs along the trail
a Steller's Jay