Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah, USA, is well known for colorful, stunning, spire-shaped rock formations. These iconic shapes, dubbed, Hoodoos, were formed over thousands of years by weathering frost, wind, and erosion. Visitors to the park can view them from the park's miles of hiking trails and several scenic vista points.
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