Bryce Junction Inn

Address: 3068 East Hwy 12, Panguitch, Utah, 84759, United States | Inn
 
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This inn is located on 3068 East Hwy 12, Panguitch.
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Travel Blogs from Panguitch

Zion and Bryce National Parks

A travel blog entry by jandjontheroad on Sep 07, 2014

8 photos

Even though these national parks are within hours of each other, they could not be more different. Unlike the Grand Canyon, which is viewed from the rim, Zion is viewed from the bottom looking up, and boy, do you look up! The Virgin River carved a gorge so deep and narrow, it appears sunlight rarely penetrates ...

How do you Hoodoo?

A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 18, 2014

... in the event of a storm. However, fortunately for us, the thunder only threatened to turn into a storm, and it did not come to fruition while we were hiking. We continued on our way, stopping to photograph the playful chipmunks at a shady spot on the valley floor. Again, the views were ever changing, now we could see the hoodoos from below stretching up to the rim of the canyon.
The trail began to climb steeply from this point and we realised why this was classed as a ...

Bryce

A travel blog entry by panna.gosha on Aug 14, 2014

29 photos

... 263;. Taka ilość gwiazd jest wręcz przytłaczająca. Sprawiła, że poczułam się malutka jak jedno z tych ziarenek piasku na pustyni w Bryce.

Zdjęcie obok nie zostało zrobione przez nas, ale właśnie takie niebo obserwowaliśmy w Bryce.

We did not take this photo, but we did enjoy this view in Bryce Canyon.
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Bryce Canyon national park

A travel blog entry by nkirthi on Jul 23, 2014

43 photos

... this point we heard to a ranger talk about the geology of Bryce Canyon.

Bryce Canyon is really not a canyon as it is not carved out by the erosion because of a river flowing through as most other canyons are like the Grand Canyon is made by the colarado river flowing through. The hodoos are formed mostly by weathering and erosion. Also repeated freezing and thawing of water in the fractures causes ...

Angel's Landing and Bryce

A travel blog entry by vagabondlively on Jul 02, 2014

1 comment, 14 photos

... beautiful Weeping Rock, we drove back to camp and said goodbye to Emily and Logan. I took what I thought would be my last known warm shower. I just stood for several minutes with my head under the spray and let the water pour down my hair and face... It's a feeling I won't be able to experience much on my bike trip. I think everyone can relate to how nice that feeling is, but it sure is weird knowing the next 4 months will be void ...

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