Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah, USA Bryce Canyon National Park is situated south-west of the State of Utah. Despite its name, it is not so much a canyon as a vast natural amphitheatre. Of particular note are its geological structures, popularly known as “Chimenea de Hadas” (fairy chimneys), formed by the effects of wind, water and ice erosion of its walls over thousands of years.
Goblin Valley State Park, Utah, USA Situated in Utah, Goblin Valley State Park is known for the ornate shapes of its geological formations. Carved by wind and rain erosion, hundreds of mushroom-shaped pinnacles (known as fairy chimneys) offer the visitor a view over some fascinatingly unusual landscapes.