|Bryce Canyon National Park
Bryce Canyon is famous for its series of amphitheaters of hoodoos carved from the erosion of the sand stones
into spires, fins and slot canyons. Bryce Canyon NP is at 7405 ft. at Sinking Ship and 9115 ft. at Rainbow Point.
At that elevation, The canyons have over 200 freese-thaw cycles in a year, which provides repeated ice
expansion and erosion; causing the vertical cuts into spires.
The famous view points are Sunrise Point, Sun Set Point, inspiration Point and Bryce Point. However the area
just before the gate leads to Fairy Land Point, where spires stir the imagination of figurines.
At Bryce Point you can view all the lower Amphitheaters, It is fantastic site.
From Eastern Entrance of Zion NP drive 10 miles onto Hwy 89,then turn north for 44 miles, turn right onto Hwy
12 towards Bryce Canyon NP. You will go through 14 miles of Red Canyon in Dixie National Forest. There
hiking, ATV and 4WD trails and cross-country ski trails are available. See:
Rain in the desert:
A Man-made Arch?
Fairy Land of Bryce Canyon NP.
A lady holding a baby?
A girl with a raised left hand?
A seated lady?
Lady of Mercy bring baby 送子觀音
A procession of Hoodoos
Back of a man.
Lady with a doll?
White-bearded old man?
From Bryce Point: