The Way West, Bryce Canyon NP
Bryce Canyon is a remarkable place, with views unlike anywhere else. This visit the temps were very cold with some snow flurries. Some of the high points had enough to make for very unique images.
We were held up by road construction leaving Escalante to go to Bryce and I couldn’t resist getting an image of our caravan.
We drove out to Rainbow Point and did the hike to see the Brisltecone Pines on the edge of the rim.
Mossy Cave Trail provides very good views of hoodoos, and avast flowing river that runs through a manmade channel to provide water to the town of Tropic.
Finally had a very clear night and I went out to see if I could see the Milky Way. Yes! This was taken from Bryce point, with the town of Tropic at the bottom right.
Milky Way viewed from Bryce Point, Bryce Canyon NP. Light at lower right is from the town of Tropic.
We camped at Red Canyon, a NFS campground just outside Bryce, very nice campground with paved sites, plenty of room.
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