Shortly after making the turnoff from Highway 89 to get to Bryce Canyon you pass through Red Canyon.
The photographs don’t do it justice, but it had the orange-est rock we’ve ever seen. I am not sure why it was called Red Canyon since it really is almost a florescent orange, but I guess Red Canyon sounds better than Orange Canyon.
The rock did not have the layers we saw in neighboring Bryce Canyon since all the rocks were a solid orange. The rock also looked a lot like dripped wax.
Red Canyon is a thousand or so feet lower than the lowest part of Bryce Canyon but I suspect it comes from one of the same rock layers.