Bryce Canyon National Park


Bryce Canyon was carved by the earth through millions of years of erosion, leaving behind thousands of sandstone hoodoos, which are spire-shaped rock formations.


The verdant evergreens in the high altitude of the park make for a remarkable contrast to the sunset-colored landscape.


Nearby Zion National Park makes a fantastic pairing to Bryce Canyon, and if you want to knockout perhaps the grandaddy of all United States national parks, the Grand Canyon is another half-day's drive from there.