You know you’re not in New York anymore when you get to “Wall Street” and encounter a pair of 800-year-old fir trees, instead of a gaggle of investment bankers. One of Bryce Canyon National Park’s many canyons, the name Wall Street refers to 200-foot limestone walls that rise spectacularly above hikers on the Navajo Loop Trail. Bryce Canyon, the park’s namesake, is not a canyon at all. It comprises a bunch of stone pinnacles (known as “hoodoos”) in many shades of yellow red and orange of on the forested Paunsaugunt Plateau, high above sea level. One of them, Thor’s Hammer looks as if its about to fall down into the bright ravine below. Bryce Amphitheatre and Sunrise Point provide wonderful overlooks from which to take in the spectacular views. Hikers descend from there into the valley to enter a large network of trails. To put into question everything you know about Wall Street and canyons, stay the night in a unique rental near Bryce Canyon National Park.