Home of the Hoodoos

In Bryce Canyon National Park, the wind whispers ancient tales and the rocks come alive as if they are the veins of a living, breathing entity. With each sunrise, the labyrinth canyons of Bryce paint their orange hues against the blue sky — almost as a plea for an artist with a canvas and a brush. As the seasons change, so does Bryce Canyon’s demeanor. In the heat of summer, its rocks absorb warmth that radiates a comforting heat. And in the winter, a blanket of snow adorns the hoodoos and transforms the landscape into a serene wonderland.

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Fun Facts About Bryce Canyon

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According to Native folklore, if you look close enough at the hoodoos and rocks, you can see the faces of those who turned to stone

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Bryce Canyon is a series of about a dozen natural amphitheaters eroded into an escarpment of the Paunsaugunt Plateau

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The Paiute Indians occupied the area around what is now Bryce Canyon starting around 1200 A.D.

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