Pink Cliffs Bryce Village

Junction of Hwy. 12 and 63, Tropic, Utah, 84764, United States | Hotel
Prices starting from $44.00

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Day 7: From Page to Bryce

A travel blog entry by


... long as I wanted. We worked the lower of the three canyons for a few hours before moving upstream to the last section. This section was by far deeper and darker than anything I had seen in Antelope. In some places my exposures were 30 seconds long and autofocus was completely out of the question! What made this section special is that for about an hour around noon, a beam of light appears almost out of nowhere into the middle of the canyon. ...

We Do Hoodoos at Bryce

A travel blog entry by larryrox2


... amphitheaters" full of "hoodoos" and colorful rock formations. With the sunlight slightly over our shoulder, though, we were getting some shadows that didn't make for the best photos but not bad ones either.

At over 7000 ft. elevation, we definitely have some snow (including a small snowman someone made) around the lodge. We decided to continue south into the canyon toward the end of the 18-mile drive ...


A travel blog entry by linleyc


... its final furlong to the knackery. I wanted something with a bit of spice. The cowboys had a great sense of humour, too. I heard one Dutch tourist tell them he'd never ridden before. They said, "Perfect, because we have a horse back here that's never been ridden." I think the joke went over the guy's head but I had a good giggle imagining how that would play out.

The horse they gave me was called what I suspect to be Walweep. Struck a ...

We Never Met a Rock We Didn't Like

A travel blog entry by pavelmichaelusa


... otherwise stark black tunnel. Even with the breadth and complexity of the park, we felt mountains were no longer enough to sustain our imaginations--particularly five days into mountain country, and especially when the other places had been so unique. Of course, had we been able to stay and engage in some active engagement in the park--via mountain bikes or simple hiking and camping--it would ...

Disappointment but good alternative

A travel blog entry by bartlind


... road ahead we had to turn back down the mountains. Travelling on we chose to go through Cedar City where we travel a short distance on the Interstate. Lunch in a local café was good and then it was on through Cedar Canyon to Red Canyon then Bryce Canyon and finishing at Tropic.

The weather was mostly cloudy with some light showers, till we reached ...


This hotel, located on Junction of Hwy. 12 and 63, Tropic, is near Navajo/Queens Garden Loop, Canyon Trail Rides, Inspiration Point, and Sunset Point.
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