Although it may not look it, Bryce Canyon is a world in motion. Daily, from seemingly immutable cliffs racks tumble, ancient and immovable hoodoos shed skin, and high-angled sloped elbow downhill.
Sixty million years ago, the land that would become Bryce embraced a large inland lake near sea level much like today's Lake Michigan. Over the next 10 Million years the lake imbibed what vibrant rivers offered: silt, clay, and mud.
With a quick glance one might take the sum of Bryce: forest, meadow, canyon. But naming its parts and processes would take billions of books. Immerse yourself in the wonders of Bryce.