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The view of the hoodoo's in the amphitheater is beyond description, but I will try a little. Hoodoo to Indians means a sacred person who became a rock statue. Well, these have more history that a human. Over 350 million years these rocks were formed, and keep evolving today. Hanging on the edge before they tip over, they are an unbelievable site. So see it.
The main views of the amphitheater are from Sunrise Point to Sunset Point. That is an easy 1 1/2 mile walk on a paved path along Rim Trail. It is along a path that has a rail for deterrence so you do not hang over too far.
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