Bryce Canyon is one of America’s premier national parks. The images from this fairyland of colorful sandstone spires are awe-inspiring and uniquely memorable. The park features tall, irregular pinnacles of rock known as hoodoos, clustered in a bowl-shaped valley. The park road winds around the bowl offering different views and different perspectives. Walking amongst the hoodoos on some of the park trails is even more exciting.
Here are some of the spectacular views that visitors can see.
Light and shadows cause the colors to change so it is important to see sections of the park at different times of the day.
Some of the hoodoos remind people of particular things or objects.
Another hoodoo recalls Thor’s Hammer.
There are even natural arches here..