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Bryce Canyon National Park, a sprawling reserve in southern Utah, is known for crimson-colored hoodoos, which are spire-shaped rock formations. The park’s main road leads past the expansive Bryce Amphitheater, a hoodoo-filled depression lying below the Rim Trail hiking path. It has overlooks at Sunrise Point, Sunset Point, Inspiration Point and Bryce Point. Prime viewing times are around sunup and sundown.
Bryce Canyon National Park is the most interesting looking parks of Utah’s big five parks. The park is made up of rock formations called ‘hoodoos’ that are pinkish in color. When you drive into the park, you are up looking down on the park. This means when you start your hikes, you will hike down in the beginning and up on your way out on all hikes. There are some beautiful hikes in this canyon. The closer you get to the bottom of the canyon, the terrain changes. You will see more trees.