Bryce Canyon is as magnificent as I remember, I have been here a couple of times before and I am always in awe of its beauty, photos do not do it justice (and you can see I took a LOT of photos), it was a bit hot this time of year, so I would suggest going in the Spring or Fall, it is also amazing when the red rocks are covered with white snow in the Winter, but a bit too cold for me.
“Cherish sunsets, wild creatures and wild places. Have a love affair with the wonder and beauty of the earth.” – Stewart Udall
Bring your sense of wonder and adventure when visiting Bryce Canyon because there is no place like it, you have to see it for yourself, its hard to describe how stunning it is. From Hoodoos (odd-shaped pillars of rock left standing from the forces of erosion) to slot canyons, fins and spires these series of carved and colorful limestone are a unique geology to Southern Utah.
“Tinted with colors too numerous and subtle to name, these whimsically arranged rocks create a wondrous landscape of mazes, offering some of the most exciting and memorable walks and hikes imaginable.”
This area also has some of the best air quality in the world due to the abundance of stunning Ponderosa pines, high elevation meadows and fir-spruce forests, offering panoramic views of three states and amazing opportunities for stargazing.
My trip was pretty quick this time, but I would recommend spending at least 2 days to get the whole experience of Bryce Canyon National Park.
More information HERE.