One bending over
The parking lot is just past the trees. You then walk down the hill (going left in the picture) to the end of the cliffs edge. Don't worry, there are railings at the end.
Almost looks like it is hiding
Two arches on the North side of Bryce Point
The small city of Tropic Utah rests at the base of Bryce Canyon.
A crow comfortably sits on the side of a cliff ledge
There are several trails through the park. Here is one of the trails people enjoy snowshoeing on in the winter.
Large pillars of rock slowly carved out over thousands if not millions of years.
Sunset Point is also the trailhead to the Navajo Loop Trail that actually winds down and around through the Hoodoos.
I think he said he was from France but born Danish.
way off in the distance
This is where you park if you hike to the Arch and not to the view point. Our car is in there somewhere.
This is the trail you take to get into the bowl
The famous Arch itself
We asked them to make us Sandwiches. They said no. A Raven later came and chased them. It was a curse because they refused to share.
My brother in law Phill.
Frozen pools of water resting on the Red Rock
Mountain Peaks in the La Sals National Forrest
Seriously, this is one of the weirdest things I've seen. This is clear out in the middle of freakin' no where.
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