Bryce Canyon National Park

Bryce Canyon National Park has a landscape unlike any other due to the millions of years of wind and water eroding the rock formations.

The landscape is filled with giant red-orange hoodoos, which early Paiute Indians believed were evil Legend People frozen in time. They now stand, as they did then, towering in the canyons and valleys. Similar to the landscape of the Grand Canyon, thousand of visitors come to Bryce Canyon to enjoy the splendor.

Bryce Canyon National Park is a short 40 minute drive from Blue Springs Lodge.

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