7. Bryce Canyon National ParkGet More Info
Utah is home to five of the country’s most spectacular national parks, including popular Zion and Arches, which you might recognize from the state’s license plates. Temperate weather makes spring a popular time to visit any of them, says Oswald, but Bryce Amphitheater, a series of hoodoos (tall, thin spires of rock) makes his list of top national park attractions. “It’s one of the most indescribable sites in the world.” Explore it on foot or via a horseback tour, he suggests.
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