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The signature sandstone formations at this southwestern park are called hoodoos. Often likened to totem poles silhouetted against the Utah sky, Bryce Canyon’s hoodoos are so mystifying that early day Native Americans believed they were humans frozen in stone. The park is home to the world’s largest collection of these oddly shaped and heavily eroded formations. Prime time for viewing them is sunrise or sunset, when rock and sky are aglow in vivid colors.