Bryce Canyon National Park Trekking Pole Decal

Item#: 385412

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Description

There's nowhere in the world like Bryce Canyon National Park. Named after Ebenezer Bryce, a Mormon pioneer, the national park is home to the world's largest collection of hoodoos—rock pillars created through unique erosionary forces.

Orange and purple are used to represent one of the park's famous hoodoos on this decal, with the amphitheatre-like walls of the park represented in lighter earth-tones.
 
Since this decal isn't a sticker you can peel and place it multiple times without it tearing or ripping. It doesn't have to go on your trekking pole either, this decal sticks well to glass and metal too.

Pick up the Bryce Canyon National Park Trekking Pole Decal today and collect all the others to show your friends, family, and fellow adventurers where you've been!

Product Details

  • Both artwork and park description are peel-away decals
  • Approx 1 5/8'' x 1 3/8'' at widest point
  • Printed in America


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