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Bryce Canyon National Park is a sprawling 145 square km reserve in southern Utah known for it's crimson-coloured hoodoos, which are spire-shaped rock formations. The expansive Bryce Amphitheatre never looks more incredible than sprinkled with October snow as the sun rises lighting up the red rock cliffs.
With the highest elevation in the park being 9200 feet above sea level, Hoodoos (irregular columns of rock) exist on every continent but here, at Bryce Canyon is the largest concentration found anywhere on earth. So it's no wonder over two million visitors come to witness this magical scenery every year.