HOODOO? YOU DO! You will be awed to view the largest concentration of Hoodoos in the world when you visit BRYCE CANYON in southwestern Utah. Hoodoos are irregular columns of spire shaped red rock formed in amphitheater-like canyons throughout Bryce which you can view as you drive, or take a shuttle, through the national park. Bryce is rick in geological treasures and wildlife all contained in the crimson-hued grandeur of uniquely formed rock formations and deep canyons.
It takes about 3 hours for a round-trip scenic drive through the 38 mile long canyon. There are 13 viewpoints where you can stop, take pictures or just admire the beauty of what is one of nature’s many spectacular wonders in that area of the USA. During the summer months there is a shuttle service that will take you to the viewpoints and eliminates the stress of traffic congestion through the canyon roads. Visitors can take advantage of such interesting attractions as ranger programs, horseback rides, campgrounds, picnic areas and hiking trails during a visit to Bryce. Each summer the park hosts the Bryce Geology Festival (GeoFest) with family-friendly geology programs and guest speakers.