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Writing this prior to dinner at the lodge dining room. It was a beautiful day today and we began it lazily with coffee & breakfast in our room, then a short drive to the visitor center to get the lay of the land. We decided to drive to the further most point in the park & then work our way back, stopping at all of the viewing areas. We began with Bryce Point, then to Sunset Point, ...
... was not looking forward to yet another harrowing Cliffside drive! It turns out that the road doesn’t go near the edge at all, but Robert enjoyed the reprieve none-the less! Bryce is not a true canyon, but a series of horseshoe shaped amphitheaters carved in the edge of the Paunsaugunt Plateau by the Paria River. This was our Sunday ...
Day 18 - Sunday 27th September
We really didn't sleep very well. The old people in the caravan behind us were up at 4am making their cups of tea outside and crunching on the gravel every time they moved. Grrr!
Seeing as she just couldn't get to sleep, Jody got up and watched the sun rise over the ...
... s probably one of the most memorable because of the colours of the trees. Some of them were stunning - yep we use that word a lot but it is the best word for Cedar Breaks. Certainly at this time of the year anyway.
Have a look at the photos and you can judge for yourself
Oh and there was a canyon somewhere in the middle of it too!
The adventure home has begun. It was such a special summer in Bryce that I wanted to do a lot of things during my last couple of days and nights there. The skies were so clear it was hard to sleep. Lying outside watching the the stars and meteor shower is one of the things I will miss most. I think my favorite hike leaves from Bryce Point where a trail goes down under the rim and offers spectacular vistas especially ...
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Just south of Mt. Carmel Junction, Orderville | Hotelfrom $24