Utah is the land of many canyons as well as national parks of which one of the internationally acclaimed is the Bryce Canyon National Park in southwest. The name itself suggests the top draw – the Bryce Canyon. Technically, it is a giant horseshoe-shaped amphitheater created naturally due to the erosion taking place along the Paunsaugunt Plateau in east. Another highlight in this park is the series of hoodoos referred to as the unique geological structures formed because of the ice, water, and wind erosion that has completely transformed the sedimentary rocks and the course of the river’s water. Continue reading “What to do in Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah” »