Wall of Windows

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The Wall of Windows is a stunning geological feature located along the Peek-A-Boo Loop Trail in Bryce Canyon National Park. It's named for the numerous large, rectangular windows or openings that appear to have been carved into the rock formation, creating a stunning visual display. The Wall of Windows is part of the Claron Formation, a layer of sedimentary rock that was formed from the accumulation of debris from nearby mountains and ancient lakes over millions of years. The unique patterns and shapes in the rock are the result of erosion from wind, water, and ice over time. (Photo by Julie Woo)