Postcard From The USA – Bryce Canyon

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I quickly formed the view that this was probably the most amazing and scenic National Park that we had visited so far and looking out over the canyon the red, orange and white hues of the vertical rock formations tinted with other subtle variations of colour provided spectacular views that simply have to be seen to be believed.

From the visitor centre we walked along the Canyon Rim Trail and came across one marvellous spectacle after another. I couldn’t possibly describe them adequately here but the names give clues to their magnificent splendour, Fairyland Canyon, Rainbow Point, The Pink Cliffs, Sinking Ship and The Tropic Valley. We certainly didn’t have time to walk all of the eighteen mile trail but what we saw was enough to make me put it on my ‘to come back to someday‘ list and I sincerely hope that I will.

Bryce Canyon Cedar Breaks

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11 responses to “Postcard From The USA – Bryce Canyon

  1. Hopefully, one day you’ll be able to go back there!

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  2. It does look pretty spectacular. Good thing you’ve got the memories, Andrew! 🙂 🙂

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  3. Always amazing from the distance !

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  4. I always regretted that we couldn’t spend the extra few days to visit Bryce but our American in-law insisted on getting back to Vegas (he was driving) as he felt his luck was at it’s height and we’d already cost him a few days! He lost a lot, they eventually divorced, but I’ve never forgiven him!

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  5. This was definitely my favourite park. Simply stunning.

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