Two visitors relax above a popular overlook at Bryce Canyon National Park in southern Utah. The park offers many stunning vistas of its most popular feature, pale red-colored "hoodoos." Hoodoos are spire-shaped rock formations that have evolved over time through the erosive effects of wind and water. The acres and acres of awe-inspiring pillars bring bring more than 1.5 visitors to Bryce Canyon every year.
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