Bryce Canyon National Park is a unique and awe-inspiring natural wonder distinguished by hoodoos — tall, crimson-hued spires of rock. The hoodoos are formed over long periods of time by the minerals deposited by continual cycles of freezing and thawing referred to as “frost wedges,” which happen during by the more than 200 nights a year that temperatures at Bryce Canyon. The most immersive way to experience Bryce Canyon is by taking one of the many hiking trails, such as the excellent Queens Garden/Navajo Combination Loop.
- Bryce Canyon National Park is an awe-inspiring natural wonder in the same league as the Grand Canyon.
- Bryce Canyon is distinguished by hoodoos, tall spires of rock formed over many years by minerals deposited by the cycle of freezing and thawing.
- There are many excellent hiking trails in Bryce Canyon, including the famous Queens Garden/Navajo combination trail.
“While I can now check the Grand Canyon off my bucket list, I am eagerly anticipating the next time I will be able to visit Bryce Canyon. It is truly that unique and impressive.”