Ha Ho No Geh Canyon
is similar to the slightly better known Coal Mine Canyon to the west - both are wide, branched drainages enclosed by layered cliffs and benches, forming, formed of bands of differently colored sedimentary rocks, some of which have eroded to form hoodoos, which in this location are often especially thin, complex and tall - up to 200 feet. The best pinnacles are around the upper end of the drainage, though the whole system is extensive, and several days could be spent exploring. The canyon is on the Hopi Indian Reservation of north Arizona, and can be accessed by walking cross country from Hwy 264.
: Along Hwy 264, 23 miles southeast of Moenkopi - details