Sunrise at snowy Bryce Canyon

Bryce Canyon showcases the stunning geology of southern Utah, a red-rock wonderland created by wind, water, and snow. The canyon reveal stories of an ancient lake and floodplain system, which first appeared around 50 million years ago. The hoodoos at Bryce Canyon are carved in the Claron Formation, formed by limestone, siltstone, dolomite and mudstone rocks. Have you been to Bryce canyon? Follow our adventures on Instagram:

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