Bryce Canyon Country Cabins
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Lange rit Mooie route Onderweg paar spatten regen Eten in tropic 'S avonds nog naar zonsondergang bij sunset point
Zonsopgang: 5.15 opstaan Koud maar wel mooi, klein wolkje voor zon Daarna nog even terug naar bed 10.00 uur terug voor ontbijt bij Bryce: pancakes! Navajo en Queens garden trail Onweer tijdens lopen en beetje regen Met auto verder park in, regen ' s avonds eten bij Ruby's Inn
... eggs - the less said about them (the eggs that is), the better. Fuelled up, we went on our way to Bryce Canyon National Park. Sunset Point was the first stop and you are immediately greeted by the spectacular landscape of multilatered red, brown, orange and white rock structures (hoodoos, columns, bridges, windows and arches). The view from there alone was almost enough to warrant the trip. We walked the Queen's Trail and Navajo Trail combination ...
... Red Canyon was beautiful but since you pass through it to get to Bryce Canyon it doesn't get much attention. When we got to Bryce we decided to take the shuttle through the park because parking is limited. This was the most crowded park we have visited. The fact it was the most beautiful day we have had weather-wise probably contributed to that. It was 75 degrees and the most beautiful blue skies, not a ...
... 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.