A column, pinnacle, or pillar of rock produced in a region of sporadic heavy rainfall by differential weathering or erosion of horizontal strata, facilitated by joints and by layers of varying hardness, and occurring in varied and often eccentric or grotesque forms.
A column or pillar of rock produced in a region of sporadic heavy rainfall by differential weathering or erosion of horizontal strata, and facilitated by joints and layers of varying hardness. Examples are found in some parts of Canyonlands National Park in Utah.
A tall, conical column of unconsolidated to semi consolidated material such as clay, till, or landslide debris, produced by differential erosion in a region of sporadic heavy rainfall (as in a badlands or a desert wash), and usually capped by a flat, hard boulder that shielded the underlying softer material from erosion.
Hoodoo Ski Area is a mountain resort operated on federal land through agreement with the Willamette National Forest, Mc Kenzie River ranger district. It is located at the summit of Santiam Pass on U.S. Route 20, in the Cascade Range.