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Bryce Canyon National Park

Bryce Canyon National Park

Located in the United States, Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah

Bryce Canyon National Park
In fact, American Bryce Canyon is not canyon in the literal sense of the word. Located in southwestern Utah, Bryce – a chain of amphitheaters, stretching for 40 kilometers at an altitude of 2700 meters above sea level. Visiting this place for the first time, you begin to understand the feelings Gulliver experienced, being in the country of the giants. The Paiute Indians, inhabiting these places thousands of years ago, believed that the formed earth pyramids (hoodoos) were the Legend People whom the trickster Coyote turned to stone. It is hard to imagine that the landscape surrounding you is a creation of nature, because it looks like a handmade sculpture.
Ancient Indians who inhabited the canyon gave it a name which can be translated as “The red rocks standing like men in niches, like a vase.” “Bryce” Canyon was named after Ebenezer Bryce Mormon who founded one of the first settlements of white people here in 1874.

Bryce Canyon

Old roots of a tree. Bryce Canyon

Its unusual appearance Bryce acquired by erosion, water and temperature extremes. The names of many Bryce rocks were given due to their shapes. Looking closer, one can distinguish unusual castles with carved windows, good-natured giant, royal personages.
Especially nice view of the canyon is at sunrise or sunset when the rocks start to play with all their colors – from almost white to dark red (add to it a bright green pine trees growing everywhere.)

One of the main attractions of Bryce – 26-foot arch, called the “Natural Bridge”. Each new landscape that opens to your eyes, is unique, the beauty is replaced by beauty, and it seems that this process is endless …

Bryce Canyon is not just another banal landmark of America. It’s actually one of the few places on our planet. It is said that here the human mind processing visual information, comes to some less-more logical explanations with great difficulty.

Bryce Canyon National Park