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It's not very big there but definitely enough for it to be worth going. We took our 7 yr old and 10 yr old there and they had a blast. With the exception of a small fenced off area which was restricted, all other areas...More
This was a nice little trip not too far from Drumheller. We took our 5 year old daughter and out dog (leashed of course). You can climb in certain areas and take some nice photos. You've really got to see it if visiting the area.
Great Family Adventure. Even our 4 year old (inspired by her slightly older brother) wanted to climb to the top of the mountain. Nice touch to have the food truck and ice cream stand near the parking lot. Could use a good up-date on the...More
Everytime we come here it seems that more erosion has occured and the hoodoos are looking smaller. Weather is a factor but so are people that still insist on climbing on them and hanging off these structures. The area is kept clean and there are...More
We took lots of pictures from the lookout area, but the Hoodoos have been wearing down over the years. It tickles your imagination to think how high and huge they once were. Still worth a look. Lots of trails, and geography here.
History, walking and...More
Drove through Drumheller (Royal Tyrrell Museum) and the Badlands to see the eroded sandstone structures. The whole area is quite unique but be warned that like most attractions there are lots of people making photography a test in patience. Would definitely recommend.
We arrived with friends from Japan on Aug. 12 after visiting the Tyrrell Museum. It’s a fantastic place to get close to the Hoodoos. In fact, there is an area that is open to explore amongst the formations. Our Japanese friends children ages 7 &...More