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Bryce National Park, a unique place owing its bizarre, other-worldly beauty to the effects of erosion. Stone "hoodoos" are the stars of Bryce, many of which have been given names like "Thor's Hammer" and "Queen Victoria." This treasure found in southern Utah should be on everyone's "bucket list."

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