BRYCE CANYON NATIONAL PARK- UTAH

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Bryce Canyon National Park is located in southwest Utah. It was established as a National Park in February 1928. What makes Bryce Canyon unique is all the hoodoos sticking up. A hoodoo is a tall, thin spire of rock that protrudes from the bottom of an arid drainage or badland. A great thing about Bryce Canyon is as you walk along the upper rim and look down its like you get a totally different view every step you take. You can also follow paths down at the bottom and walk through- we didn’t have time to do that but we went all over the upper rim.  Stunning views- one of the highlights of a two week trip out west.

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13 responses to “BRYCE CANYON NATIONAL PARK- UTAH

  1. Beautiful captures, I especially love the last one. The hoodoos are amazing! We stayed here for a week June 2016 in a campground at the park entrance. I would love to revisit this place again! Thank you for the memories!

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