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Bryce Canyon National Park

The Bryce Canyon National Park in the south of Utah is best known for its striking rock formations. The pointed, colored rock needles – also known by the name 'Hoodoos' – give the park its special character. Since Bryce Canyon was not created by a river, it is not a canyon in the true sense of the word. Instead, wind, snow and ice are the main erosion factors.

The Data has its origin from the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), an agency within the United States Department of the Interior responsible for administering federal lands.

Area: 145 km²
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