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About Bryce Canyon National Park

Bryce Canyon National Park is located in southwestern Utah. One of the smaller national parks, it was named after famed Mormon explorer Ebenezer Bryce. The park is composed of a dozen natural amphitheaters carved into the Paunsaugunt Plateau formation to a depth of 1,000 feet deep.

Paleo-Indian hunted the large mammals that inhabited the area at the end of the Ice Age. Later, Pueblo and Paiute Indians hunted the forestlands and harvested pine nuts from the trees. Ebenezer Bryce, Mormon pioneer, brought his family to nearby Clifton in 1875, ranched on the land and oversaw the building of a road to the canyon rim. This unique geological area was designated a national park in 1924. The Union Pacific Railroad and Civilian Conservation Corps enabled travel to the park area.