Bybee's Steppingstone Motel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and impart knowledge (grass, rocks and animal scat were a prominent feature of his talks). We took two short but steep trails (under 2 miles): 'Queen Victoria' and 'Navajo' and as people passed, a few commented on Cameron's hiking prowess which pleased Cameron but he was a little upset that they never commented that he was a Park Ranger, until a woman (with an Albuquerque Ballon Fiesta t-shirt!) mentioned that he was a Junior ...
... We drove into the park and hung around sunrise point enjoying the view and having a snack. Our ride was scheduled for 1:00 so a little before that time, we headed to the horse corral. It was an overcast day with some sun. We started the ride by going down into the canyon. Getting up close to the rock formations was really neat! For the beginning of the trail, we were on a horse only trail. Then we rode the Peek-a-Boo loop which is a hiker/horse trail. The peek-a-boo is is a ...
... in the oncoming lane. We had no worries with our scooter.
Bryce National Park's signature sights are the Hoodoos that abound here. Hoodoos are odd-shaped pillars of rock left standing from the forces of erosion. The rock formations are intriguing colors of yellow and orange hues.
... were face to face with the towering hoodoos, while lush greens pine trees surrounded us, growing at angles out of the hoodoos themselves. At this point, although it seemed impossible, the canyon began to be even more beautiful. The light and shadows became even clearer and the shapes of the rocks were even more incredible at eye level. Widows suddenly appeared in the walls. Deep crevices provided natural frames for our views and photographs, and rocks to stand on and clamber ...
... took us to Rainbow Point and a walk through Spruce Fur Forrest along Bristlecone Loop.
Our final mission of the day was to take in a sunset view. After deciphering the map (which was wrong!) we found the view point and armed with mini hotdogs and burgers to keep the girls quiet we watched the sun go down. Beautiful.
Much more compact than Yellowstone but with spectacular views crammed in everywhere.
Tomorrow we are off ...