Drumheller HooDoos Trail Statistics


What are the activities at Drumheller HooDoos Trail ?

Hiking


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Why choose a trail at Drumheller HooDoos Trail?

Alberta Provincial Highway No. 10, which also forms part of Hoo Doo Trail, is a 22 km (14 mi) highway in southern Alberta, Canada. It is located wholly within the Town of Drumheller as a result of the former City of Drumheller's amalgamation with the Municipal District of Badlands No. 7 on January 1, 1998. It begins at Highway 9 in the heart of Drumheller and extends southeast along the Red Deer River where it passes through Rosedale, then crosses Highway 56 and travels through East Coulee. It ends by splitting off into Highway 570 and Highway 564.

The Hoodoos Trail is a beautiful hiking trail located in Alberta, Canada. The trail winds through a valley filled with hoodoos, which are tall, thin spires of rock that have been eroded by wind and rain. The trail is about 4 miles long, and it takes about 2 hours to hike the entire trail. The scenery is stunning, and the trail is very easy to follow. There are a few uphill sections, but overall the trail is very flat. The Hoodoos Trail is a great place to go hiking with friends or family, and it's also a great place for photography enthusiasts to capture some amazing photos.



What are the services on site?

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Rate & open hour

Access fee $ 0.00
Schedule

Open 24 hours every day

Coordinates
51.3806406 -112.534241

What are the coordinates and address of Drumheller HooDoos Trail?

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(518) 381-4700
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Starting Point

The Hoodoos Trail is located in the badlands of Alberta, Canada. The easiest way to get there is to take Highway 9 from Drumheller, AB and turn onto Hoodoos Trail Road.

Why visit Drumheller HooDoos Trail

The Hoodoos Trail is a must-see for any nature lover visiting Alberta. The trail winds through a beautiful landscape of hoodoos, pillars of rock that have been carved by wind and water over time. The hike is easy and short, making it perfect for all ages and abilities. The views from the trail are stunning, and it's a great place to take photos.

Is Hoodoos Trail in Alberta a good place for the whole family?

There is no definitive answer to this question as it depends on the family's individual interests and abilities. Hoodoos Trail is a moderate hike that offers beautiful views of the surrounding area, so it could be a good place for families who enjoy hiking. However, there are some sections of the trail that are more difficult than others, so families with younger children or those who are not experienced hikers may find it challenging.

Things not to be missed

The best activities near Hoodoos Trail in Alberta are hiking, biking, and camping. A bref description not to be missed near Hoodoos Trail in Alberta is the incredible scenery and views of the Rocky Mountains.

1. Hiking - The Hoodoos Trail is a great place for a hike with beautiful views of the surrounding area.

2. Wildlife Viewing - There is plenty of wildlife to be seen in the area, so bring your binoculars!

3. Photography - The Hoodoos Trail is a great place for photographers to capture some amazing photos.

4. Camping - There are several great camping spots near the trail.

5. Fishing - The area around the Hoodoos Trail is a great place to fish.

Where to eat?

1. The Hoodoos Trail Bistro

2. The Hoodoos Trail Diner

3. The Hoodoos Trail Cafe

4. The Hoodoos Trail Grill

5. The Hoodoos Trail Pub




Let’s Answer Your Questions - FAQ

What are the opening hours ?

Open 24 hours every day

Is the place are families friendly?

No

Is there an information center / service center / reception?

No


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