Bryce Canyon Western Town
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... smaller roads seem very well maintained.There were also sections of 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 Visitors Centre we also saw ground squirrels & ...
... through Red Canyon National Forest. (We now know the difference between a National Park and a National Forest. A National Park is operated by Dept. of Interior and is very regulated and protected -many strict policies no flexibility in rules and regs. A National Forest is operated by the Dept. of Agriculture and they can control what happens with more flexibility such as hunting, public access, and make changes ...
... and helped them get a picture, too. It was hairy. The cars travel at about 70 mph on this highway and Mark insisted that we get a picture of the family in the middle of the road. He’d just about get is tripod set up and a car would come. We probably spent 20 minutes there just trying to get the shot.
A friendly Native American woman was selling her jewelry at this spot. Many times, the Native Americans are distant and reserved, but she was ...
... miles of Aspen groves. Mostly, it is the Canyonlands that blow us away with the beauty of the orange and red or even shades of pinks. I am taking lots of photos with my better camera that won't be seen here..these photos are from when we think to use my IPad. Calf Creek came highly recommended by Steve..and I am glad he did! The sweet little creek that rolls gently through the campground is mostly ankle deep ...
Today we drove for about 4 and a half hours from the Grand Canyon to Bryce Canyon. We drove along the southern side if the Grand Canyon and stopped at a couple of viewpoints along the way, the views were breathtaking, and we saw another elk!!! Then it was on to Bryce Canyon, ...
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