Beautiful national park! Enjoyed the hiking trails! Rangers were nice and there are lots of wildlife.
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We loved Bryce NP. We made use of the free shuttle service from the welcome center in town - rode it all the way to Bryce Point and then hiked the canyon rim all the way to Sunrise Point. It is a beautiful, easy hike...More
This is one of the best national parks i have visited. Unbelievable views and colour in the rocks Park wasn't to busy which was a bonus Great day out and one off my bucket list
Bryce is a collection of natural amphitheaters and really neat geological structures called hoodoos which were formed by frost weathering and stream erosion of the river and lake bed sedimentary rocks. The red, orange, and white colors of the rocks provide spectacular views. Bryce Canyon...More
Bryce Canyon is one of the Mighty Five National Parks in southern Utah along with fellows Zion, Capital Reef, Arches and Canyonlands. Collectively, these form an outstanding collection of protected areas with different and unique lands to visit and explore. Bryce is around 1.5 hours...More
Words are useless when describing this park. It took hundreds of thousands of years for the forces of nature to form this topography. I cannot possible do justice to this beauty in a few short paragraphs. Instead I will talk about some of the features...More
Unique formations. Able to navigate by personal car. Has some spectacular views not available at Zion and Cedar Breaks.
Bryce NP was last stop of our grand circle adventure of Utah's National Parks. The scenery with it's Hoodoos were breathtaking. Pictures don't give it justice, you need to go in person and experience its Geology for yourself. While we were there we hiked the...More