While you can admire the utterly indescribable beauties of the Bryce Canyon National Park from its so many vista points from the top mostly close to parking lots, I would think visiting Bryce is not complete if one does not make hiking down the red spire valleys. There are so many choices of hiking trails and many of them are surprisingly look steep and challenging, but when you walk down, you can find it not so demanding. When you walk through red dirt path through extremely tall red rock spires, you feel as if you walk in another planet. The red rock is extremely fragile, so care must be taken not to damage the red rock wall formations. It surely is arduous to walk up to the vista point, but it is thoroughly enjoyable and it is a must.