Bryce Canyon
One of Utah's five National Parks, Bryce Canyon is not actually a canyon, but that doesn't reduce the impact of the pink cliffs and elegant spires for which it has become famous. The Bryce Amphitheatre, the most visited section of Bryce Canyon, contains many of the park's legendary structures, including the cliffs, hoodoos, and castles that make this park famous.
Some of the most notable scenery in Bryce Canyon can be found at Fairyland Point and the Fairyland Trail Loop, which offer impeccable views of Boat Mesa, Fairyland Canyon, the Sinking Ship formation, Tower Bridge, China Wall, and many other geological formations. Because the Park Shuttle doesn't stop at Fairyland Point, making the expedition by foot provides visitors with the chance to observe scenery without worrying about large groups of tourists.