The canyons in this area have a great variety of color, shapes and texture. Because it's part of a large oil field, there are many roads through the canyons, most in pretty good shape. The roads are, in many cases, right beside the formations, so it isn't necessary to hike a lot to enjoy the scenery. I did get out and walk among the hoodoos for a while, and I'm sure more walking would be rewarded, but a lot can be seen from the car.
The surprise was finding a great spot to park the motor home. If I decide to return, or to re-visit nearby Chaco Canyon National Historic Park, I could easily dry camp close enough to see it all. I met a couple who had done just that after driving to Chaco Canyon (sixteen miles of bad road), only to find the campground there full.
Anyway, here are some of the photos I took at Lybrook Wilderness Area.