We took donkey down into the canyon just for fun. It was very weird and most likely the last time I will ride an animal instead of doing a hike. It was nice though because it was around 90 degrees, so you were not working up as much of a sweat.
Hiked the Peekaboo Loop in Bryce Canyon. It had snowed the night before and the trail into the canyon was icy and muddy. I almost bailed because the footing felt so insecure, but once I got past the first section of the trail the conditions improved. It was a beautiful hike! It started snowing again just as we were coming up out of the canyon.
Amazing place. Like many unique places, words cannot describe it.
Great colors, amazing place
Great weekend place, the trails outside of the main hoodoo area offer some nice solitude and forest. Outside the park in the National Forest is some nice free camping and the chance to see more wildlife. I saw elk and the threatened Utah Prairie Dog
Visited in the summer and winter and loved both, for different reasons. Great place to visit!
Overwhelmingly mystical place. We connected every hike in the park to make (mostly) a full day out of it. Would go back in a heartbeat.
I went awhile back and just did the tourist walk around thing. I hope to come back and get a better experience with some hiking and exploring.
Love this place, been many times.
Hiked (11) miles one day along the rim and in the canyon. Next day did a 40 mile bike ride on the park road. Very enjoyable visit.
We had glorious weather, very low crowds and had nearly all the trails to ourselves! We always hiked early in the morning before most got out of their tents. The best colors are mornings and evenings!
It is anice place to visit in the late fall or even winter. The constrast of the snow and red rocks produces somewhat extraordinary view
an amazing place i'd like to return to someday
Did fairyland loop Sept 3rd (after waiting for the Sun to come up and temperatures to rise above 8 degrees). On Sept 7th we did Peek a Boo loop and witnessed a horse in a riding tour poise on the edge of a switchback edge, deciding whether to plunge over the edge of the trail edge with a petrified tourist atop it. After about ninety seconds the wrangler barely coaxed the horse to turn away (whispering as he passed us that he had never had such a close call). Stay on your own two legs for this one.
this place is truly unique
Tanya has taken me in there several times now.
Just a teenager back then - talking about being blown away.
Some like Zion, others like Arches & Capitol Reef. I like them
all!!! Guess that's being greedy.
Been sooooo many times!
I know it was the summer of 1993 when I was there, but I don't remember the date, so don't trust the date above.