stars Jacob Nov. 20, 2018 A short, easy hike to see the Hoodoos/Toadstools. Hiking along a creek that may be hard to hike after rains, or storms in the area. Some of the trails go in the creek with portions of the trail that were destroyed by previous running water. The terrain is a sensitive sandstone formation that shouldn't be trampled on in order to preserve this beautiful place. The parking at the trailhead is limited to only about 15-20 cars. One can park in the BLM Paria Canyon field office's parking lot down the road, increasing the hike's length by 3-4 miles along the major highway. The best and safer option is to park by the roadside and wait for others to leave before embarking on this hike.