Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah
Written By: John Treadwell Dunbar | Posted: Wednesday, September 26th, 2012
Bryce Canyon isn't a canyon at all, but a twenty-mile-long series of massive eroded amphitheaters carved out of the eastern edge of the verdant Paunsaugunt Plateau, shaped like horseshoes crammed tight with freestanding walls, slots, and windows and fins.
There's nothing like it anywhere in the world that I can think of.
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