Travel Blogs from Bryce Canyon City, United States

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Hiking in Bryce Canyon NP – Day 2, Bryce Canyon City, United States travel blog

Hiking in Bryce Canyon NP – Day 2

A travel blog entry by socks

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... the Rim and Peekaboo Loop Trails. The 6 mile trail was strenuous but it was a spectacular hike through the heart of Bryce Amphitheatre. We saw spectacular views of Bryce Amphitheatre on the Under the Rim Trail. The Peekaboo Trail is known for its Wall of ...

Hiking in Bryce Canyon NP – Day 1, Bryce Canyon City, United States travel blog

Hiking in Bryce Canyon NP – Day 1

A travel blog entry by socks

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Today we decided to hike the Queens Garden and the Navajo Loop Trails. The combination of these two trails has been ranked as the "World's best 3 mile hike!" We couldn’t agree more. We enjoyed it so much that we hiked it twice. I think you’ll ...

Red Canyon, Bryce Canyon City, United States travel blog

Red Canyon

A travel blog entry by socks

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The Red Canyon is located north of Bryce and is considered the first viewpoint of the Highway 12 Scenic Byway. The Claron Limestone Formations built from sediments of a lake that covered this region 35-50 million years ago gives the Red Canyon its ...

Bryce Canyon Country Rodeo, Bryce Canyon City, United States travel blog

Bryce Canyon Country Rodeo

A travel blog entry by socks

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We decided to go to a Rodeo tonight since we had never been to one and it was less than a mile from the campground. According to the rodeo announcer and score keeper, rodeo is the number one sport in Utah. Kids start at an early age and follow in their ...

Sunset and Full Moon in Bryce, Bryce Canyon City, United States travel blog

Sunset and Full Moon in Bryce

A travel blog entry by socks

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The sun sets over the mountains in Bryce and not in the Canyon. Hence, the sunrise is better to see the color changes in the canyon. Since we're not early risers, we never saw the sunrise. We did see the full moon over the Canyon. Pictures taken at ...

Bryce Canyon’s Vibrant Colors, Bryce Canyon City, United States travel blog

Bryce Canyon’s Vibrant Colors

A travel blog entry by socks

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... the Fairyland Trail. Although the 8 mile trail was strenuous, it was a spectacular hike. It is the only trail that we hiked in Bryce that shows "rose" color formations. The Fairyland Trail is known for its vibrant colors, the China Wall and Tower ...

Utah Scenic Byway 12, Bryce Canyon City, United States travel blog

Utah Scenic Byway 12

A travel blog entry by socks

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Scenic Byway 12 in Utah is ranked 3rd of America's 8 most incredible drives. Highway 12 begins near the Red Canyon just 17 miles northwest of Bryce and ends in Capitol Reef National Park. Spanning a route of more than 124 miles, Scenic Byway 12 travels ...

Bryce Canyon National Park, Bryce Canyon City, United States travel blog

Bryce Canyon National Park

A travel blog entry by socks

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... endless vistas. Bryce has the second darkest and starriest night skies in the country. The geologic term, hoodoo, lives on at Bryce Canyon NP as perpetuated by early geologists who thought the rock formations could cast a spell on you with their magical ...

Arrived Ruby's Inn RV Park and Campground, Bryce Canyon City, United States travel blog

Arrived Ruby's Inn RV Park and Campground

A travel blog entry by socks

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Left Torrey, UT mid morning. This was a back country drive and only 2 hours ...

Day 4: Layover day at Bryce Canyon City, Bryce Canyon City, United States travel blog

Day 4: Layover day at Bryce Canyon City

A travel blog entry by jillgreen

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... There was not very much going on in that little establishment but it had catered to the high influx of tourists visiting Bryce Canyon. Our accommodation was very decent. Unfortunately we did not take advantage of the swimming pool and spa there. (I ...

The trip so far, Bryce Canyon City, United States travel blog

The trip so far

A travel blog entry by jandal

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... this short! Well, we are ticking them off: Sedona, Grand Canyon (N and S rims) Glen Canyon, Zion, Cedar Breaks and now Bryce Canyon  National Park. We stay a few days in forested camps with few facilities inside the NP's and take the shuttles to the ...

Bryce Canyon, Bryce Canyon City, United States travel blog

Bryce Canyon

A travel blog entry by eynschy

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... 'schte biz dunschtig odr näblig gsy - somit hämmer San Francisco nit gseh, aber anschinend bi beschte Wätterverhältnis kame das. Dr Bryce Canyon isch dört noni so zur gältig ko. Je mehr mir widdr zrugggfahre sind, desto mehr sind die "Hoodoos" (die ...

Bryce Canyon, Bryce Canyon City, United States travel blog

Bryce Canyon

A travel blog entry by chadmarco

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... to check out the scenery. The hwy 12 winds down into this huge basin and you can get a different perspective of Bryce Canyon from there. I'm going to try to do a hike through this slot canyon down in that valley tomorrow morning ...

Just Another Day in Paradise, Bryce Canyon City, United States travel blog

Just Another Day in Paradise

A travel blog entry by ritaluther

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... many came to visit. They would host friends and family and eventually requested permission to be the official welcome center for the Bryce Canyon National Park. They have been here ever since. It is the same family managing the center which provides a ...

Zion and the Road to Bryce, Bryce Canyon City, United States travel blog

Zion and the Road to Bryce

A travel blog entry by wwatling

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... moments we'll experience, seeing a diversity of trees and rock as we make the long ride all afternoon toward Ruby's Inn in Bryce Canyon City. The motel has several motel buildings and we end up a the farthest away from the lodge, but we're across from a ...

Bryce Canyon, Bryce Canyon City, United States travel blog

Bryce Canyon

A travel blog entry by backroadtravels

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... feeling park.  It is a challenge to find parking at most of the viewing areas.  One of the best things at Bryce Canyon?  Breakfast!  After a bit of time trying to enjoy the once enjoyable Bryce Canyon area I'm ready to move on.  ...

Extremely Diverse Countryside, Bryce Canyon City, United States travel blog

Extremely Diverse Countryside

A travel blog entry by albertasaurus

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... to cut in front of you to get ahead of one of the semi's. But other than that it was a great trip to our current location at Bryce Canyon National Park. The pictures I have uploaded will give you some idea of the scenery we experienced on our way ...

Day 3: Junction to Bryce Canyon City, Bryce Canyon City, United States travel blog

Day 3: Junction to Bryce Canyon City

A travel blog entry by jillgreen

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... hotel in Bryce Canyon City. Before we drove off in the truck, I suggested that the driver drop us five to ten miles outside Bryce Canyon City, but Lee was having none of that. He wanted to be dropped right on the doorstep of the hotel. Lee made sure that ...

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