Bryce Canyon National Park, USA - An amazing national park in Utah

Wildlife, Trekking, Scenic, Rock Climbing, Mountaineering, Horse Riding, Hiking, Camping

Perhaps nowhere are the forces of natural corrosion more substantial than at Bryce Canyon. Its wilderness of phantom-like rock spires, or hoodoos, attracts more than one million visitors a year. Many come down on trails that give hikers and horseback riders a close look at the fluted walls and sculptured summits. The park follows the rim of the Paunsaugunt Plateau. On the west are profoundly forested tablelands more than 9,000 feet high; on the east are the intricately engraved breaks that drop 2,000 feet to the Paria Valley. Many transient streams have eaten into the upland, forming horseshoe-shaped bowls. The biggest and most prominent is Bryce Amphitheatre.  For millions of years water has imprinted, as it continues to, Bryce's jagged landscape.

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