Utah is an amazing place with landscapes like nowhere else! It has five National Parks in the Southern part of the state known as the "Mighty 5". Bryce Canyon is one of these five Parks with features that make completely unique.
First off it isn't actually a canyon, it's an amphitheater. The high plateau is eroding back, exposing the sand and limestone underneath. Because of it's high elevation the freeze and thaw of the snow has created amazing erosion, causing the phenomenon of Hoodoos.
Wikipedia definition of Hoodoos is the following :A hoodoo (also called a tent rock, fairy chimney, or earth pyramid) is a tall, thin spire of rock that protrudes from the bottom of an arid drainage basin or badland. Hoodoos typically consist of relatively soft rock topped by harder, less easily eroded stone that protects each column from the elements.
Here some of the Hoodoos are so unique the have been named. First is Thor's' Hammer. It looks as if the Greek God is ready to appear and take if right out of Bryce Canyon.
Next is the Queen Victoria Hoodoo located on the Queens Garden trail. It looks as if the Hoodoo was molded right over her. Which would go along with traditional oral Native history. They believe the mischievous coyote would turn people into Hoodoos.
Visit Bryce Canyon and see what other creations your imagination can find in the Hoodoos!
Guided tour of Sapelo Island five miles offshore from the Georgia Coast. Includes roundtrip ferry ride to the Island, the University of Georgia's Marine Institute, R. J. Reynolds Mansion, historic, Sapelo Island Lighthouse, beautiful unspoiled and undeveloped Atlantic Ocean beach, and African-American community of slave descendants.
The Bridge and River tour is a scenic 3-hour bicycle tour will take you from the Upper West Side of New York City up and over the George Washington Bridge for a ride along the river on Route 9W. Get the full touring experience and leave New York City for a few hours. During the ride, we make stops at Grants Tomb Memorial on the Upper West Side.