Bryce Canyon Western Town
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... settled here has the monopoly on the commercial outlets with all owned by him or rather his offspring. We dined in cheap and cheerful thankfully before the coach contingent and then hit the pillows. The next day we had ear marked as a relaxing drive day so intended to drive the 'canyon' length and then stop at each scenic point to photograph. However first we decided to go to the geology talk offered by the ranger service. What a stroke of luck that was as we were fortunate ...
We left The Grand Canyon early- breakfast and packed out by 8. Stopped and took pictures at a few of the lookouts on the east rim. And then the road paving began. Ugh lots of road convoys on our what was supposed to be 5 hour drive to Bryce. With lots of stops along the way- dam at Powell Lake we arrived at Bryce and our perfect little cabin- closest to the amphitheater with a swing looking out. We got in a hike from sunrise to sunset point. And ate dinner at the pizzeria on ...
... These smaller roads seem very well maintained. There were also sections of old extensive lava flows, which has been in most of the areas we have visited - not surprising as it is still on a fault line. As we arrived at the lookout Greg noticed a mule deer grazing in the forest and then it was joined by a young one. When we got out of the car to see them they bounded off at the sound of our footsteps. At Cedar Breaks Visitor Centre we also saw ground ...
... We could see Blue Dome on the Navajo Reservation 90 miles away! As we rode through the area the park is full of Ponderosa pines. We would have to get off the shuttle and walk around the rim of the canyon to see the beautiful sights. They were so breath-takingly beautiful I can't put it in words. We have seen so much red rock, on our cameras, they are all starting to look alike but in person they are so uniquely ...
... we decided to hike the 1.3 mile Navajo Trail down several hundred feet into the hoodoos and then back up (much to Maeve’s dismay). Being down in the hoodoos brought an entirely different perspective to their size as well as the variety of their shape and texture.
By the end of the Navajo Trail we were all exhausted. After riding the shuttle back to our RV camp, we unhooked and headed for dinner at the nearby Cowboy Ranch Restaurant. After ...
Other places to stay in Bryce
105 E Center Street, Bryce | 2 star motelfrom $68
- Clean and comfortable
- Bryce View Lodge: A roof above your head - and that's about it
- Good location, bad quality
1150 Highway 12, Bryce | Motelfrom $50