A little way east of Kanab, along Highway 89, is a popular roadside attraction called the Toadstool Hoodoos. The short trail takes you through a somewhat desolate landscape.
You might encounter children running around and screaming sandwar! and the like, which makes you wonder whether they just toppled all the hoodoos over.
Most peaceful people come to enjoy the landscape above and hoodoos like the ones below.
For me, the main attraction however is a little secluded space at the far wall of the plateau that I called the chapel.
If it was made by humans, I would call it an intriguing piece of architecture. You can see it as a face or a heart, it is both closed and open.
The interior has some pre-human wall art to contemplate the passing time.
Nobody ever goes there.