Southern Utah and Northern Arizona have so many red rock geologic formations to see. We figured that Bryce Canyon would be 'more of the same'. It was awe inspiring. Even the kids that had been reluctant to go were oohing and awing.
After the Visitor's Center, we took the quick 1.5 mile drive to Bryce Point, where you have a great view of the Bryce Amphitheater.
It was full of hoodoos -- large sandstone pillars left from the erosion of all of the material around them. Bryce Canyon has the largest concentration of them in the world.