The Hoodoos At Bryce Canyon National Park
We Headed For The Hoodoos At Bryce Canyon National Park
We found so much more than just hoodoos at Bryce Canyon National Park. When we finished our stay in Moab in Utah, we travelled along Scenic Byway 24 and through Capital Reef National Park. Along the way we got our first view of hoodoos. But it was definitely not the last.
When we drove through the Bryce Canyon National Park, we stopped at many of the viewpoints. There were vast vistas, we hiked to see a beautiful arch and of course we saw the amphitheater of hoodoos. So many things to see in one day.
An Early Start
After a one night stop in Richfield, we headed down Utah state highway 89 to Bryce Canyon National Park. By 9am, we reached the rock arch before the turnoff into the park. Even this early, there was a lineup to get into the park in early October.
We stopped briefly in the Visitors Centre. It was interesting to see the posters that explained how the formations in this area were created. Most people know Bryce…
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