Bryce Canyon National Park

Bryce Canyon National Park

Utah

On my most recent little adventure I made a quick little side trip to Bryce National Park. Since it was at such high elevation [I think I was around 9100 feet up] there was snow everywhere and it was insanely cold. I had to make it a quick little trip as I arrived a few hours before sunset. Nevertheless, it was great to visit and the drive back through Zion I'm probably never going to forget. I stayed in Springdale which is at the entrance of Zion so I had to drive back through the park at night and on their 'sort-of-plowed roads'. I'm pretty sure coming back through the tunnel and down the cliffside was one big long slide down a sheet of ice. In the dark. With deer and rabbits jumping in the road.


Bryce National Park Photography by Ian Grant iNationalPark.com
Bryce National Park Photography by Ian Grant iNationalPark.com
Bryce National Park Photography by Ian Grant iNationalPark.com
Bryce National Park Photography by Ian Grant iNationalPark.com
Bryce National Park Photography by Ian Grant iNationalPark.com

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