Bryce, named after Ebenezer Bryce, who originally inhabited the area, is located in southwest Utah. Bryce, which is not actually a canyon, consists of rock structures called hoodoos. Hoodoos were created by years and years of erosion. The 18 miles of park road follows the plateau rim. The road and overlooks provide stunning panoramic views.
Enjoy the pictures. Tomorrow, we are off to Zion.
|Bryce National Park - Overlook at Visitor Center|
|Waiting for the bus ...|
|Best pie ever .... glad we made this u-turn!|