Bryce Canyon National Park
Bryce Canyon National Park is best known for the hundreds of crimson-coloured spire-shaped rock formations known as hoodoos. Be sure to visit the Amphitheatre, an extraordinary hoodoo-filled depression lying below the Rim Trail hiking path.
One of the first questions you are bound to ask is “How are those Hoodoos formed?” The answer according to geologists is that they started with rainwater seeping into cracks in the rock. During the winter Bryce is cold, ice forms and breaks apart the rock. The deep, narrow walls called “fins” result from moisture running down the slopes. Eventually the fins form holes which get larger over time and so the fins collapse and create the bizarre hoodoos.
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Why should I visit Bryce Canyon National Park?
Frontier America can arrange exploring the park by horseback or an ATV tour around the park especially recommended at sunset. There is also a steak or salmon dinner with a Western show at Ruby’s for which we can get tickets.
Accommodation is either in the park or at Ruby’s Inn just outside.
TIP - Be warned, although just up the road Bryce is much cooler than Zion due to its elevation.
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