HERE IS WHY YOU MUST VISIT BRYCE CANYON, USA
Bryce Canyon, My favorite of all the canyons and national parks I visited on this trip to the USA. My visit to Bryce Canyon was like reading a historical book. As I stood there gazing at this natural wonder, admiring each layer of rocks telling stories of how earth developed this canyon over the 525 million years.
I recommend that you spend the time to each chapter of the Canyon’s history. Don’t rush your visit.
Bryce Canyon National Park wows visitors from all over the world with its magical geological formations and brilliant, vibrant colors. As your eyes gaze over the towering hoodoos, narrow fins, natures windows and natural bridges you will find your jaw is agape in wondrous incredulity.
The most surreal experience of my life. Standing on the Rim, I have to admit I was blown away, the morning sun was slowly rising over the horizon, the sky was crystal blue, and the soft chill in the air felt like I was in a movie scene.
The perfect way to see Bryce Canyon. Hit the trails. Make sure you get permits from the Bryce Canyon National Park Service.
(2) SCENIC DRIVING
If you are short on time, this is the best way to see this beautiful natural wonder. Make sure you make a stop at Fairyland Point Sunrise, Sunset, Inspiration, Bryce viewpoints.
This is an experience of a lifetime, watch the sunrise and sunset over the Bryce Canyon. Admire the beauty of hoodoos and different shades of pink, orange, and red at different times of the day.
Bryce Canyon is known as the ultimate or world-class place for stargazing. Due to its high/pure air quality and less pollution here, you will feel like you are lying under a Christmas tree.
FACTS ABOUT BRYCE CANON
(1) It is 8000 feet over sea level.
(2) This high elevation cause shortness of breath.
(3) Today the canyon is full of hoodoos but before it was full of water.
(4) The correct name for the rock layer that forms hoodoos is the Claron Formation.
(5) Hoodoos you see in Bryce Canyon are up to 60 meters (200 feet) high.
(6) The rim at Bryce Canyon is 2400 to 2700 meters (8000 to 9000 feet)
(7) Covers an area of 145 square kilometers (56 square miles) or 14,502 hectares (35,835 acres).
(8) The Paiute Indian History States the Hoodoos Were Real People.
(9) The Canyon was named after a rancher – Ebenezer Bryce, 45-year-old Mormon pioneer in 1875.
(10) Despite the name, Bryce Canyon is not a canyon, in fact, it is a natural amphitheater
HOW TO GET TO BRYCE CANYON
WHERE TO STAY IN BRYCE CANYON
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