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Cold Morning Utah

We started early the next morning to get to Bryce Canyon early. The night had been quite cold, and we passed by some fields that had been showered with water early in the morning. The water -of course- froze as soon as it touched ground, giving the fields a bizarre look. Even the cattle seem to be a bit surprised about this.


Highway 12 Utah

The Highway 12 from Torrey to Bryce Canyon gives you many fantastic views, especially in the beginning fall.


Henrieville Utah

West of Henrieville, Highway 12 becomes a steep, curved road that uses many switchbacks to climb towards Bryce Canyon National Park.


Bryce Canyon National Park

Bryce Canyon with the Rim Trail on top, seen from the Sunset Point.


Sunrise Point Bryce National Park

View across Campbell Canyon, from Sunrise point. In the back you can see a rock called The Sinking Ship. by the way, don't be fooled by the names Sunset Point and Sunrise Point. We found that both points are beautiful both at sunrise and sunset, maybe even more at sunrise!


Bryce Canyon

Bryce Canyon National Park is a photographers dream, offering many shades of green, blue, and red. This, for example, is a formation called Silent City and Wall Street...

Bryce Amphitheater

Bryce Amphitheater, seen from Sunset Point.


Bryce Canyon Hiking Trail

Another photo of Bryce Canyon. If you have enough time, you should go down and hike the rocks at the Navajo Loop Trail, or the longer Peekaboo Loop Trail.


Bryce Canyon

Here, light and shadow play with the rocks of the Bryce Amphitheater.

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