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Highway 12

West of Bryce Canyon, the "Scenic Byway 12" will go straight through the rock.

Coral Pink Sand Dunes

Twelve miles off U.S. Highway 89, near Kanab, lies the wide-sweeping expanse of Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park. Contrasted by blue skies, juniper and pinon pines, and steep red cliffs, the park is a wonderful place for camping, taking photographs, or just relaxing and playing in the sand.

Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park

The sand is indeed coral pink, and the dunes are a spectacular sight.

Zion National Park East

The eastern part of Zion National Park has some fantastic views as well: After a stunning drive through the narrow tunnel, you will drive along the curvy, narrow highway.

Zion Weeping Rock

The Weeping Rock: If you look closely, you can see the water running down, seemingly from nowhere.

Zion National Park

Sky and mountains around the Weeping Rock.

Zion Temple of Sinawava

From the Temple of Sinawava you can hike the Riverside Walk until it gets very narrow - and very wet. In fact, you have to walk through the water if you want to continue beyond the end of the trail...

Horses Zion National Park

Across the Zion Lodge, you will find the horse corral, where you can rent a horse to explore the area.

Zion Canyon

From the Middle Emerald Pools Trail you have a wonderful view across the Zion Canyon.

Zion National Park Canyon

Another photo of the Zion Canyon, taken from the footbridge at the Zion Lodge.


The Alpenglow of the Watchman mountain, just next to Springdale.

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