Jackie and Bill and Henry's Retirement travel blog

Driving from Zion to Bruce NP. Bill driving the Journey with Jackie...

More pictures of the wonderful mountain views taken on the highway from...

Trip from Zion to Bryce

More of the trip to Bryce ....

We drove separately because the road was so curvy

Short tunnel at Red Canyon (outside of Bryce)

This picture was taken along the highway, we liked the trees and...

Taken in Bryce looking out across Utah

White Hoodoos near the rim

West rim view

Jackie's tree

Red rock we saw along one of the trails

The Bryce Gate to the west

One of the many towers we saw throughout the park

Many many Hoodoos

More Hoodoos

Looking down into the park trail

Check out these colors

Trail we took to the bottom of the canyon

Running out of words to describe the settings

Taken from the Trail

You can see for miles through this hole

Wall of Hoodoos

Our site at Bryce; the snow started the day we left for...

Picture taken from the MH on our way to Salt Lake City

Very strange but beautiful rocks called Hoodoos are the attraction here. There are several canyons of these fantastic shapes and colors that have been formed over millions of years and are still changing. Millions of people come from all over the world and marvel in dozens of languages. We went on some short hikes and took lots of pictures and soon ran out of adjectives. Most of the park is from about 7,000 feet to about 8,400 feet elevation and has trees and flowers and rivers in addition to the hoodoos. Quite spectacular!

We were treated with wonderful snow scenes on the trip from Bryce to Salt Lake City.

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