From St. George News:
Spring break season has arrived, and that has families looking for a unique vacation destination that’s both convenient and affordable. One option is to visit some of Utah’s acclaimed national parks — collectively known as “the Mighty Five.”
Bryce Canyon National Park is home to the earth’s largest collections of rock pinnacles, called hoodoos. The thousands of tall rock spires come in varying shapes and crimson hues, filling the giant natural amphitheater with texture and color.
“Some call it a forest of stone,” said Syrett, whose ancestors settled the area nearly 100 years ago. “Photographs can’t even capture what it’s like to see Bryce Canyon with your own eyes.”
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