It certainly is and the only thing phony about it is that in technical terms it is a natural amphitheater and not a canyon. it could also be called a surreal place that has a mystic appeal. It is noted for its hoodoos and it is a joy to visit.
Perhaps the only really bad thing that can be said about it is that it is has a genuine and well deserved bad reputation for accessibility. It has never met the Federal minimum standards in this regard and simply begs for attention in this area.
Bryce canyon gets its name from Ebenezer Bryce a farmer who said it was a heck of a place to lose a cow?
There is an abundance of lodging options at Bryce Canyon. These include The Lodge at Bryce Canyon, Best Western Plus, Bryce View Lodge, Bryce Canyon Pines, Bryce Canyon Resort Hotel, Foster's, Stone Canyon Inn, Bryce Pioneer Village, and more.
Bryce Canyon, once called "Bryce's Canyon", was named for Ebenezer Bryce & family, who settled in the area in the nineteenth century.
Bryce Canyon Airport - Bryce Canyon, UT (BCE / KBCE).
Bryce Canyon is in southwestern Utah.
no, Bryce Canyon has its own Plataea
Bryce Canyon National Monument was created in 1923.
No they are not
Bryce Canyon National Park is located in none other than Bryce Canyon. Bryce Canyon National Park is a great spot for family fun activities and great sight seeing trips.
The rocks in Bryce Canyon National Park are mainly an orange-redish color. Yellow and pink are also found in the rock. The rock pillars are called hodoos. The Paiute Indians thought the rock pillars in Bryce were evil people who had been frozen in place. see http://www.visit-bryce-canyon.com/bryce-canyon-hoodoos.html for a better description
A river eroided it into a canyon
Bryce Canyon Naional Park.
Yes it is
the Bryce canyon was formed over 70 million years ago.
Bryce Canyon National Park was created on 1928-09-15.
Bryce Canyon Lodge Historic District was created in 1924.
Bryce Canyon campground comfort stations was created in 1934.
There are 415.079 miles between Denver, Colorado and Bryce Canyon, National Park.
Bryce Canyon is located in South central Utah also in the west region. And ofcourse in the U.S.
"Bryce", like Bryce Canyon, in Utah, or the software application, is pronounced to rhyme with "ice".
It is in Utah.
Old Administration Building - Bryce Canyon National Park - was created in 1933.
Bryce was a local cattle rancher near what is now Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah. He is credited with exclaiming, on first sighting the spectacular colors and hoodoos of the high rimrock, that it was "A hell of a place to lose a cow."