We drove out of Zion National Park and straight into Bryce Canyon National Park for what turned out to be a nice drive along the 18 mile road within the park that ends at Yovimpa Point 9,000 feet above sea level.
Hoodoos, irregular columns of rock, and the park's most striking feature, reminded me of building sand castles at the Gulf of Mexico where you grab a hand full of wet sand and allow it to drip slowly forming pointy irregular structures. Bryce has the largest concentration of Hoodoos in the world.
Bryce is a true feast for the eyes.
Steven and Melanie