Hiking in Bryce Canyon National Park
We have logged hundreds of miles hiking in the Southwest. One of the most memorable was hiking down into Utah’s Bryce Canyon.
Bryce Canyon has been described as a cave without a ceiling, and a forest of stone. According to the National Park Service, even the word canyon is misleading since Bryce is carved by freeze-thaw cycles, not a river.
Regardless of how one might describe Bryce, it was easily one of the most otherworldly, and beautiful hikes of our lives. We highly recommend a visit!
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