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Welcomes you to: Bryce Canyon National Park, UT

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bryce canyon archShot with Nikon D200
bryce canyon hoodoosShot with Nikon D200
utah archShot with Nikon D200
bryce utahShot with Nikon D200
bryce utahShot with Nikon D200
hoodoo utahShot with Nikon D200
queens garden bryceShot with Nikon D200
bryce canyon parkShot with Nikon D200
national park hoodooShot with Nikon D200
bryce park lookoutShot with Nikon D200
garden couple hoodooShot with Nikon D200
bryce wide angleShot with Nikon D200
bryce park helicopterShot with Nikon D200
hoo doo parkShot with Nikon D200
bryce canyon nationalShot with Nikon D200
national park utahShot with Nikon D200
utah park hoodoosShot with Nikon D200
rock formation hoodooShot with Nikon D200
bryce canyon grottoShot with Nikon D200
utah stone hoodooShot with Nikon D200
bryce canyon vistaShot with Nikon D200
bryce rock formationsShot with Nikon D200
bryce ponderosa pointShot with Nikon D200
ponderosa point ravenShot with Nikon D200
bryce canyon photographyShot with Nikon D200
natural bridge archShot with Nikon D200
bryce park rocksShot with Nikon D200
bryce hoodoo signShot with Nikon D200
queens garden signShot with Nikon D200
black birch canyonShot with Nikon D200
Lodging:
We always stay in Bryce Canyon Lodge. Book early through www.xanterra.com. Rates tend to be high in summer.
Motels are also available outside the park but staying in the park is very convenient for moonrise or sunrise. It's fun, too.
Meals:
Restaurants are available in the park but can be a bit pricey, especially for families with kids. The food is good but a drive outside the park will offer some meal alternatives.
Sightseeing:
This is an in-your-face, just drive around and see it all kind of adventure. If you can't drive to it you can walk to it.
Good points:

Scenically, just about everything. it's not just Hoodoos although they are a major attraction here. Lots to see, especially a great hike in the Queen's Garden. Sunrise and sunset can be quite lovely but on a clear night nothing beats the rising of a full moon.

Bad points:
Crowded in summer, but what National Park isn't?
Transportation:
Self driving is the best way to get around but the park also provides a shuttle service.
Comments:
There is just too much here for a daytrip. Take some time to experience this magical and majestic place.

last update 6/23/08 - return home
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