Bryce Canyon National Park protects the largest collection of hoodoos in the world.
Happy Birthday to Bryce Canyon National Park, designated on this day in 1928. A whimsical journey of hoodos, red-rock pillars, and geological formations. What's been your favorite adventure at the park? #VisitUtah pic.twitter.com/VVzQLCP3uX
— Visit Utah (@VisitUtah) February 25, 2018
2006 Trip – Ron Mader
Residents Warn They Can ‘Kiss The Tourism Industry Goodbye’ If A Proposed Coal Mine Is Built Near Bryce Canyon
Exciting news! @BryceCanyonNPS has been designated as an International Dark Sky Park. As one of the first national parks to offer night sky programs, this achievement continues a long tradition of dark sky conservation, advocacy, & education. Congrats!https://t.co/qGq9JXQfYW
— IDA Dark-Sky (@IDADarkSky) August 14, 2019