A relatively short hike that is great for kids who enjoy exploring. We went on this as opposed to the much longer white hoodoos hike. The landscape is pretty cool, and though you don't want to disturb some of the formations, there is still plenty to climb up, hide behind, and explore. Recommend going on a cloudy day or in the morning or evening as you will usually be in direct sunlight.
Allowing two hours gives plenty of time, there are no bathrooms, water, etc - just a path - so take care of everything before you go. Relatively empty - there was one large tour group when we went but there is so much space that it is east to avoid them in pictures, etc.
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