Bryce Canyon National Park

This must-see geological wonder in southern Utah proved to be more spectacular than imagined. On the last Tuesday in late June, threatening skies produced little rain over the hoodoos (spire-shaped rock formations) in the drought-stricken west, but plenty of photo opportunities.

Already dazzled by the majestic skies of Montana and Idaho, two sixty-something, homeward-bound, Scottsdale-Arizona guys hiked 1.5 miles along the Rim Trail … high above the Bryce Amphitheatre depression … from Bryce Point to Inspiration Point without slipping, tripping, tumbling or losing consciousness.

5 thoughts on “Bryce Canyon National Park

  1. Walking into Bryce Canyon must be almost like walking onto a different planet – tall, thin, orange rock spires surround you as you make your way through the park. It has been on my bucket list for a long time because of its unique landscape and stunning vistas, hopefully, one day I can make it to the US! Thanks for sharing and have a nice day 🙂 Aiva

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