Bryce Canyon National Park is a 'look down' kind of place, as the road follows the canyon rim
and view points provide sights into the Canyon from elevations up to 9,000 feet.

Hiking trails lead down into the canyon as well as follow the rim.
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The spires are called hoodoos and are formed by erosion of softer material under a harder top.
The red color is from iron in the sandstone, which would be mostly white otherwise.
Peg making sure you know what
elevation we are at.
The 'Natural Bridge' Formation
Two more shots of the 'Natural Bridge' on the left and two shots from "Inspiration Point' on the right.
And three parting shots from 'Sunrise Point'. Look real close and find two people about to go through a
natural window in the center of the second photo.