Bryce Amphitheater

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The Bryce Amphitheater is the most iconic feature of Bryce Canyon National Park. It's a vast natural amphitheater that stretches over 12 miles (19 km) long and up to 3 miles (4.8 km) wide and it's home to thousands of unique geological formations known as hoodoos. The hoodoos in Bryce Amphitheater are formed by the erosion of the soft limestone and shale rock layers, resulting in a stunning and surreal landscape of spires, arches, and towers that seem to glow in shades of pink, orange, and red during sunrise and sunset. Some of the most popular viewpoints include Sunrise Point, Sunset Point, Bryce Point, Inspiration Point, and Fairyland Point.