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Bryce Canyon National Park Trio of Hoodoos (towers of rock left standing from the forces of weathering and erosion)
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At Bryce Canyon National Park, erosion has shaped colorful Claron limestones, sandstones, and mudstones into thousands of spires, fins, pinnacles, and mazes. Collectively called "hoodoos," these colorful and whimsical formations stand in horseshoe-shaped amphitheaters along the eastern edge of the Paunsaugunt Plateau in Southern Utah.

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Bryce Canyon National Park - September 15, 1928
Bryce Canyon National Monument - June 8, 1923

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