Located in the south of the State of Utah, Bryce Canyon National Park attracts nature lovers from all over the world. One hundred forty-five square kilometres of pure nature overwhelms those who experience it.
Millions of years ago, due to extreme pressure from beneath it, the Earth’s crust cracked and this wonderful landscape was created, a gigantic amphitheatre of red stone scattered with a thousand rock needles that tower into the sky.
Fantastic rock columns known as ‘hoodoos’, rise upward like towering cathedrals and great skyscrapers, conveying both the feeling of eternity and the majestic might of nature.
The extraordinary fascination of this landscape stems from the richness of its colors and unusual formations. These bizarre creations seem to defy the laws of gravity and it is difficult to believe that it was nature, not man, that created them.