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One on the most amazing places I’ve been! The colors are incredibly vivid and bright. Pictures do not do it justice. I have been to all of the Utah national parks and this stands as a very unique place. I strongly recommend a visit!
At 145 square kilometres, this is a large park of awesome natural stone formations. Some of the stone formations, such as the spire-shaped rocks, are similar to ones I’ve seen in the stone forests of China. The rock formations are mostly crimson in colour, with...More
It was worth the trip despite thunderstorms temps in the 30’s and heavy rain. Even with all this it’s such a unique place. We couldn’t hike down in because of the conditions but have done it in the past
It is a must go place by all means as it offers views which are way different from the Grand Canyon or Zion for instance. Walking the rim of the canyon is a must as well as taking the Navajo loop trail down to the...More
There just aren't enough superlatives to describe Bryce Canyon National Park! We had only one day here, so we took the 18 mile Scenic Drive and stopped at every single overlook. The colorful, strange and hauntingly beautiful hoodoos throughout the park are the stars of...More
A major feature of Bryce Canyon National Park is the fact that it isn't a canyon but a collection of giant natural amphitheaters along the eastern side of the Paunsaugunt Plateau. Bryce is distinctive due to geological structures called hoodoos, formed by frost weathering and...More
We were so impressed with the vistas which are unique at every turn. There are paved pathways around the rim and several trails off the rim paths. One can park off Main Street and catch shuttle into park. The passes for the park can be...More
The hoo doos are mesmerizing, the temps quite brisk in the 30's, the visitor center was crowded but had excellent rangers staffing it. The night talk with the rangers at Sunset Point is something you should not miss! Fascinating! The Navaho/Queens hike was excellent.