Bryce Canyon Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Next stop: Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon National Park. We stayed in Red Canyon, about 15 miles outside of Bryce. Both parks are equally beautiful, but so different. Zion is big mountains of colorful swirled rock and Bryce is rock formations called hoodoos. In Zion we drove through a tunnel in the mountain which was 1.1 miles long. Loved them both. ...
Got a slower star than we wanted today because Dad is still under the weather. Destination was Bryce Canyon and we arrived about 12:30. On the way we stopped at Pink Coral Dunes State Park. After the White Sands National Monument in NM the coral sand was lovely but our bar is very high now in rating dunes. The coral color is very unique so we are glad we stopped. As we got close to Bryce Canyon National Park we had ...
... other side of the tunnel the scenery was just as amazing with red rocks and white rocks towering over the roadway and various patterns of natural grooves and striations across the rock faces.
Just after exiting Zion National Park we saw a buffalo preserve with adult and baby buffalos (common name for bison) walking along the side of the road. At first we thought they were cattle but then realized they were bison. Not something you see every day in ...
... photo, checked in and got to our cabin. This place has national park cute all over it, with a rustic lodge, cabins that look like they came out of a movie and a path right to an overlook of the Hoodoos. Bryce is best known for these bulbous towers. The kids were visibly excited by it all. It’s a bit like camping for them, sans the inconveniences. The cabin even has a gas fireplace.
We quickly unloaded Old Blue, freshened up a bit, and ...
... of normal path which was almost enough time to get confident before the horses started winding down a very steep and dusty path into the canyon. On a narrow path with rock faces on one side and sheer drops on the other was pretty scary. Made worse by the fact that the horses were trained to walk as close to the edge as possible to give the rider the best view...when we looked down we couldn't even see the ground just the drop. The experience was ...