A visitor to Bryce Canyon National Park rides on horseback among the hoodoos overlooking the basin of the canyon. Hoodoos are large, tall spires, mostly made of limestone. Because they are subject to the forces of weather and continue to change, they are considered "living" sculptures. There are more hoodoos in Bryce Canyon than anywhere else in the world.
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