The Huayllay National Sanctuary is park in Peru
located in the Meseta of Bombón, Huayhuash Cordillera in the Pasco
region. The sanctuary is noted for the large scenic rock formations of the Rock Forest of Huayllay, and its native plants and animals.The rock formations date to the Cenozoic age, and have been progressively worn down through erosion, and now stand above a valley. The formations are sometimes compared to Shilin Stone Forest in China
and Garden of the Gods in the U.S.A.The rock forest is a major tourist attraction in Peru, for both hiking and sightseeing. It is also an international destination for rock climbers.