Bryce Canyon National Park
Spires called hoodoos rise like a stone forest
The beauty of a red-rock wonderland
There is no place in the USA quite like Bryce Canyon National Park in southern Utah. The delicately carved multi-hued spires and pink cliffs — formed by wind and rain over millions of years — create the park’s one-of-a-kind landscape. Home to hoodoos (irregular-shaped pillars of rock), stone forests and more, the stunning skyline of this National Park will undoubtedly amaze you.
Experience all the park has to offer with a hike through the peaceful backcountry on the Riggs Spring Loop or Under-the-Rim trails, which weave through forests, meadows and those stunning rock spires. For a burst of adrenaline, explore the park’s lush pine forests or gradient canyon walls by off-road vehicle. Just be sure to save time for a visit to Fairyland Point, which offers arguably the most spectacular and sweeping views of the park.