Bryce Canyon National Park



Bryce Canyon is actually a collection of giant amphitheaters along the eastern side of the Paunsaugunt Plateau. The amphitheaters contain hunderds of hoodoos (eroded columns or pinnacles of rock). I've been to Bryce twice, once in 1979 and again in 1989. There are lots of hiking and horseback trails. Some of the more popular are Rim, Navajo, Fairyland, and Peek-a-boo trails. If my memory serves me correctly (big if), most of the photos below were taken from Rim and Navajo trails. I don't remember exactly where I took a lot of the photos, so I've captioned them as "Untitled".



Panoramic view from near Farview Point


Left part of previous photo


Could be Thor's Hammer in the center


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Rainstorm on the horizon


Hoodoos


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Not sure which trail this is.


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View north from Rainbow Point


View from Agua Canyon Overlook


Natural Bridge Arch

Amphitheater
View from Inspiration Point?


View from Farview Point


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Trail ride


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