Bryce Canyon National Park will celebrate its geology July 30-31 with a “Geology Festival.”
The Geology Festival will offer daily ranger-guided walks and talks in the canyon and on the rim, children’s activities on geology, guided bus tours through the park and illustrated programs. Click here for a list of these activities.
Known for its colorful and oddly shaped rock spires called hoodoos, the area was establish
ed as a national park in 1928. Each year more than a million visitors from all over the world come to the park to marvel at its beautiful scenery and delicate formations.
To learn more about the park’s geology and the event, go to http://www.nps.gov/brca/