Bryce Canyon located in Utah is a giant spectacular natural amphitheater carved out of solid rock. The red, orange, and white colors provide magnificent views.
Bryce valley is distinctive due to geological structures called hoodoos which were created by erosion by water, ice, wind, and by waring away of the land by the action of the Paria River. We hiked several trails down into the canyons. The two days we spent in the park were very cold ( -5C to +6C ) as the park is at a high altitude from 8000 to 9200 feet above sea level.