by Cliff & Ilene Bandringa
ryce Canyon National Park in Utah has some of the most unique, natural geologic formations on Earth. Gazing down at the thousands of oddly shaped hoodoos from above is simply mesmerizing and an experience like no other. Descending into the maze of hoodoos on a hike is an even more amazing experience. The snow of winter brings an added dimension to Bryce Canyon. Along with the seemingly endless shapes and patterns formed by these geologic formations, there is now snow mixed in with all the pinnacles and crevices. The brilliant yellows, oranges, and reds of the mudstones that make up the hoodoos are now contrasted with the bright white of the snow, making for even more dazzling views from the park’s viewpoints.
Nov/Dec 2021 | VIEW ON MAGAZINE |