Bryce Canyon

It was foggy when we started our hike through Bryce Canyon. This gave the area a surreal feel at first. But the fog burned off and we got some great long distance views as we finished. The hiking book Barb brought claims the Queen’s Garden and Navaho Loop trail is reputed to be the best hike in the U.S. if not the world. After hiking through almost unbelievable geological formations this is a believable claim.

I’ll let the pictures tell the rest of the story.

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I visited Bryce Canyon in 2003 also. We went on a horseback ride as well as hiked.

2 thoughts on “Bryce Canyon

  1. Very nice photos.
    My late father really liked this place. He enjoyed quoting the comment of one of the first white men to see Bryce Canyon: “a hell of a place to lose a cow”.

  2. I don’t think it’s possible to take a bad photo at Bryce, unless your finger entirely obscured the lens. The lighting seems to always be fantastic, and the limestone always seems to be glowing – nice photos, Joe!

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