8 comments on “Hoodoos On Mount Shasta: Mysterious and Magnificent

  1. Shasta’s hoodoos remind me of hoodoos at Crater Lake – likely very similar composition. I didn’t realize they were so common and so widespread in the West. I’m glad you pointed it out, and I’ll be paying more attention during future travels.

    • They are indeed similar to formation found at Crater Lake. Not incidentally, in both cases you are looking into the ancient bowels of a volcano. No wonder it is so stark. Beautiful but stark.

  2. I love finding unique features like that on a mountain that you’d never notice before. Mount Hood has some great spots too, if no hoodoos that I know of.

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