Monday, April 22, 2013

National Parking: Bryce Canyon

Utah has a lot to offer the National Park lover.   Today, I present Bryce Canyon.   Bryce is a smaller park (less than 60 square miles), known for formations called hoodoos (among other things).    On this particular trip, my friends and I visited both Bryce Canyon and Zion.   To get an idea about the difference in elevation (and thus temperature - this was at the end of you can see there was snow):  the highest elevation at Zion National Park is the lowest elevation at Bryce Canyon.
Have you been National Parking in Utah?   What's your favorite?

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