Bryce Canyon National Park is an incredible scenic spectacle. The park is a vast showcase of colorful rock pinnacles and spires, known as “hoodoos,” which rise from a series of natural amphitheaters stretching across the Paunsaugunt Plateau. The view of these hoodoos, which are seemingly every shape and size, is breathtaking for all visitors, no matter if it is their first or 100th time in the park. Many formations bear fanciful names according to what they supposedly look like, including “The Poodle,” “Queen Victoria,” and perhaps the park’s most notable hoodoo, “Thor’s Hammer.” These hoodoos, combined with incredible visibility and surrounding spruce, pine, and fir forests, make for a truly picturesque atmosphere.
Most visitors enjoy Bryce Canyon National Park’s scenery from the ground, either on foot or by car. Scenic flights based from Bryce Canyon Airport can give you more expansive views than you would experience from the ground. These sweeping, birds-eye vistas of the park’s vast expanses of hoodoos and surrounding mountains and forests can be part of an unforgettable experience.
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