Bryce Canyon National Park isn’t a canyon at all
Despite what the name may suggest, Bryce Canyon National Park isn’t actually a canyon. This geological marvel is made up of more than a dozen carved out natural amphitheaters, which means a large hollow in the rock. Each of these is carved 1,000 feet into the stone forming the stunning scenery that draw in visitors from around the world.
This surreal landscape is made up of towering hoodoos and natural bridges that seem to defy gravity and awe spectators. Hundreds of years of erosion and frost wedging have formed the spectacular sites that you see today.