Wednesday, 31 July 2013

Bryce Canyon Country

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Bryce Canyon National Park is a national park located in southwestern Utah, in the United States.

The main attraction of the park is Bryce Canyon which is actually not a canyon! it’s a great amphitheater made by nature (many many years of erosion). Bryce is identifiable due to geological structures named: “hoodoos” (a.k.a fairy chimney & earth pyramid ).


The crazy colors of the rocks (red, orange, and white) make up an amazing view, the park is pretty high up so expect to see even a little bit of snow on the peaks around even at summertime.


Famous for its rocky spiers towering known as hoodoos. Height to create three unique forest. There are two camp sites in the park, Sunrise and Sunset Campground. At least there are 100 campsites, and 20 of them can be booked in advance.

The Bryce Canyon region was one of the last places to be explored in the continental United States and is a important part of the historic wild west. This area is rich with history, and natural wonders, that are unique to this part of the world. 

Visitors come from around the world to experience this area's incomparable beauty and splendor. Here you'll find access to Bryce Canyon National Park, Capitol Reef National Park, Lake Powell, Kodachrome Basin State Park, Anasazi Indian Village State Park and the Petrified Forest State Park.

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