Bryce Canyon National Park
Stunning pink cliffs and red, white and orange hoodoos await in Utah's Bryce Canyon National Park. Despite its name, there is no true canyon within the park; instead, the interesting rock formations were formed by flowing water, frost wedging and chemical weathering. Some of the most impressive natural sculptures within Bryce Canyon National Park include arches, windows, tall columns called hoodoos and of course the walls and narrows.
One of the most popular attractions within Bryce Canyon is the Bryce Amphitheater filled with marvelous natural sculptures. Other notable spots include Rainbow Point, the highest viewpoint in the park, offering an excellent vantage point from which to see Bryce Canyon and the White Cliffs. Bryce Canyon National Park is known for its panoramic views and breathtaking scenery and is a highlight of many national park vacations. The park features over 55 miles of colorful landscape to explore and ample opportunities for wildlife spotting, sport and education about the area.