Utah's legendary Bryce Canyon National Park is home to the largest collection of hoodoos in the world. They are created by the effects of ice, water, and gravity on a rock. It is accessible from one main road and is open year-round. You can bike, hike, rollerblade, or bring your dog out for a runaround. Rock-climbing, however, is strictly forbidden, but the sunset and Inspiration Points are two of the most iconic views in the park. Bryce Canyon has numerous scenic hikes or those wanting to get down below the canyon rim, spectacular trails and backcountry sites option. It’s one of the best places in the country for star viewing at night. And great gateway for photographers for the most amazing picture taking.