Drumheller HooDoos

EASY 21 reviews

Drumheller HooDoos is a 0.5 kilometer heavily trafficked loop trail located near East Coulee, Alberta, Canada that features a cave. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking, walking, and rock climbing.

DISTANCE
0.5 km
ELEVATION GAIN
10 m
ROUTE TYPE
Loop

kid friendly

hiking

rock climbing

walking

cave

views

no shade

The Hoodoos are a group of stone columns with caprocks situated on approximately 11 hectares of land between Drumheller and East Coulee. Ranging in height from roughly one to three meters, the group of approximately 10 Hoodoos feature white sandstone caprocks overlying dark brown marine shale bodies.

walking
3 days ago

Great views

hiking
17 days ago

Get to the top! The views are unusual. Greatest place for a game of tag...carefully!

1 month ago

Had a great time there I arrived at about 5am to catch the sunrise and There was alot of pros to this...no traffic on roads....empty parking lot....I was only person on the trail..great for photos!!

hiking
1 month ago

We went to Hoodoos last week. It was a pretty interesting place. Definitely worth to check out this 85 million years historic site. It was easy to hike all the way up, we also saw bear foot prints at the top!

walking
2 months ago

was pretty cool to check out

2 months ago

Not really a hike. But worth seeing once.

hiking
5 months ago

The area around the hoodoos itself is short. However we use this as a starting point for hiking through the foothills in the area. This is my children’s favourite place and we have been across Canada. Just be warned to watch for deep crevasses if you do go off to make your own trail and for cacti. I had my youngest get a million “prickles” in his hand a few years back that he had to pull out one by one. Great opportunity to let your children feel like they are out in the wild ❤️

6 months ago

The main part is not really even a walk, but there is a great short steep walk up the hill.

hiking
11 months ago

Small walking trail around the HooDoos. You can hike up the hillside for some great views though it's not part of the official trail. Be warned the mountain is steep near the top and requires a bit of scrambling.

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