Bryce Canyon National Park

Southern Utah

Navajo Loop Trail

The highest point in Bryce is 9,115 feet and the lowest is 6,620.
Bryce has almost 2 million visitors a year.
Bryce Canyon was once called "Utah National Park".

We got to the park too late to get any real pictures,
but it was an awesome hike in the dark, walking through the enchanted rock spires.

Tuesday, September 2, 2002

From the Navajo Loop Trail, the shortest trail in the park.

Going down the switchbacks toward Wall Street looking up.

Fairyland Inspiration Point Various Points Navajo Loop Trail Bryce Life

Thanks to Gloria and Shane


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