Bryce Junction Inn

3068 East Hwy 12, Panguitch, Utah, 84759, United States | Inn
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Day 39/40 - Bryce Canyon Hiking / Excursió

A travel blog entry by wanvigdot

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... central to many National Parks in South Utah.

We choose Bryce Canyon and as soon as we arrive at the park: Action! We pick the longest hike, 14 km Fairyland loop, that takes us to the most spectacular rock formations of the park. We equipped ourselves for the hike in case the temperatures drop (we are at 2700m ) and we start our journey on this beautiful track, some uphill, some ...

Hoodoos

A travel blog entry by farnie10

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... the Park wasn't massive and all was done in a few hours. We returned to Kanab and set up camp again back in the same spot, planning to be up early the next morning to pick up our new tyre. Our hope was to pick up the new tyre as soon as the shop opened, then race to Zion and sneak in before the daily gridlock happened. I wonder how that would turn out...?

[6,600 miles on the road]
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Rugged terrain times 10

A travel blog entry by joec404

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... at the natural wonders of this area, then to Route 21, and at 7,800 ft, got to the Horn Silver Mines, at one point was a vibrant town of 4,000 people, 10 restaurants, 4 brothels (don't know what that is) and even an Opera House. Abandoned in 1920 when one of the mines collapsed, but some people stayed on to try to make a living - no go. I wanted to go through the open mines, but when I saw ...

What exactly are Hoodoos?

A travel blog entry by nadyapb

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... page user guide. It drove so smoothly, I had to point out to Chris that he was about to hit 100 mph (in an 75 zone). He was cruisin' right along.

Our final destination for today was Bryce Canyon, which is not actually a canyon (one of many misnomers we'd find out about today). Bryce Canyon is actually the eastern edge of an 18-mile plateau. It's landmark geological structures, called hoodoos, are the product of thousands of years of rock erosion.
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Day 21 - A Soggy Bryce Point Traverse Trail

A travel blog entry by trojakstravels

... thoughts of the storm being nearly done versus it being a long one.

We continue. If it’s long, we want to be out of here. We are all drenched and the warm sunny weather of yesterday has given way to coolness that is making us all shiver, especially Katie and Kristi who are wearing talk tops. We pray and hope we are not making a wrong decision.

Accidents happen all the time. Bad ones. The rain does not let up until we are ...

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