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... this precipice was so beautiful, unique and amazing that it took our breath away.
After checking out a few viewpoints around Bryce Point, we took the shuttle to Inspiration Point where we hiked up a few hundred feet to another out-of-this world view.
From Inspiration Point it was only a half mile to Sunset Point so we hiked there along the rim of the amphitheater with many more incredible views of the landscape below.
... Bryce Canyon - huge rock formations called Hoodoos that you go from stop to stop to look down upon in all their glory. They looked like an army of rust and white statues; I compare them a little with the Terracotta Soldiers in China but in a natural state. It wasn't until we actually hiked down into the valley that we got a real sense of their size and magnificence. Being down amongst them was by far my favourite part of the Bryce Canyon ...
... The wonders of scrounging through iPhoto albums on the road! See photos at bottom of blog, please :-) The Mormon Church sent Scottish immigrant Ebenezer Bryce and his wife Mary Ann (hooray for monogamy!) to settle land in this valley because they thought his carpentry skills would be useful. The Bryce family, with their 12 children, chose to live right below Bryce Canyon Amphitheater. You can guess how the canyon got its name. Bryce ...
... are endless. With nearly three million visitors per year,
Zion is Utah's most heavily used park. Most park facilities are
located in the Zion Canyon area, and it attracts the most visitors.
There are four main sections in Zion National Park.
The Virgin River has gnawed through native sandstone ...
In 1862 ranchers came to Long Valley, land east of Zion National
Park, to graze cattle along the East Fork of the Virgin River. Robert
and Isabella Berry named the area now known as Glendale, Berryville. In
1866 after ...