USA/UT: Bryce Canyon National Park

Bryce Canyon National Park is one of the most spectacular sights in the American Southwest – several giant amphitheaters of colorful red, orange, yellow, and white sandstone hoodoos as far as the eye can see. The hoodoos are formed as a result of relentless thawing and freezing of sandstone during winters and summers. There are many awesome overlooks of the amphitheaters from the rim, but to truly experience the park – one must descend down and walk among the towers (the narrow path is actually quite appropriately named Wall Street).