7. Bryce Canyon National Park, Southwestern Utah
You may think Bryce Canyon is an amazing canyon as its name sounds so. But it’s not a canyon. Bryce Canyon is an incredible National Park in Southwestern Utah that renowned for its geological formations called ‘Hoodoos’. They are thin spires of rocks formed by million of years of weathering and erosion. The Bryce Canyon National Park is home to such thousands of ‘Hoodoos’.
The Bryce Canyon National Park covers a vast area of 35835 acres. The thin rock pinnacles (Hoodoos) of this National Park rise to 200 feet in height. They display brilliant red, orange and white colors. It is truly a jaw-dropping view for the visitors.
Hiking is the best way to enjoy the Bryce Canyon National Park. The natural amphitheatre of this park extends for more than 20 miles. During Sunset and Sunrise, the entire park immersed in a dramatic coloration. Besides its breathtaking geography, Bryce Canyon is home to more than 5000 years old bristlecone pine trees. This National Park is also one of the best places in the United States for star gazing.