Barb's Retirement travel blog

Marsha and tunnel entering Bryce Canyon

View of Bryce Canyon

Balancing Rock at Natural Bridge Overlook

Interesting design inside Canyon flower

Hoodoos

What are Hoodoos?

View from Inspiration Point

JoBeth, Susan, Sharon, Catherine, and Marsha on trail

Barb on trail

Hiking UP the trail


We visit Bryce Canyon today to view the colorful spires, fins, pinnacles, and “hoodoos,” which some describe as “red rocks standing like men.” This is an incredible area with trails into the canyons so you can get up close to the million-old giants. We decided to take one of the trails – down a narrow dirt path descending hundreds of feet into the canyon and then up a narrow dirt path (no steps). Catherine counted 8900 steps on her pedometer. It was a “stroll” of a lifetime.

Weather: High, 73 Low, 28

Campground: Red Canyon RV, Panguitch, Utah



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