Hoodoos (irregular columns of rock) exist on every continent, but here is the largest concentration found anywhere on Earth. Brice Canyon National Park includes overlooks and trails for this natural amphitheater.
The approximately 45,000 acres of public land in the Red Cliffs NCA are located in south-central Washington County. 130 miles of non-motorized trails provide world-class recreational opportunities while protecting crucial habitat.
Crowning the grand staircase, Cedar Breaks sits at over 10,000 feet and looks down into a half-mile deep geologic amphitheater. This compact, scenic national park features unusual rock formations, hiking, camping & more.
The Emerald pools of Zions National Park are two separate trails that lead to the beautiful ponds called the emerald pools. The lower Emerald and upper Emerald pools are hour long hikes, although the Upper Emerald Pool hike is more difficult.
Beneath vermilion cliffs, American Indians, Mormon ranchers, plants, animals, and many others have depended on the life-giving water found at the desert oasis at Pipe Spring. At this park you can learn about those early settlers.
This historic tunnel was built in 1930 as an easy entrance to Zion's National Park. Its overall design and skill make it listed in the National Register of Historic Places and as a Historic Civil Engineering Landmark.