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Location: Las Vegas

Day 1 - 1 May 2019

Utah

Las Vegas, Utah
Las Vegas, Utah

Content: We started from Las Vegas to Bryce Canyon National Park it was about 265 miles and it took about four hours. Most of the drive was on the big I-15 interstate. Took the I-15 north from Las Vegas into Utah until exit 95, where we got onto UT-20 eastbound.

Location: Utah

Day 1 - 1 May 2019

Best Western Plus Bryce Canyon Grand Hotel

Utah, Best Western Plus Bryce Canyon Grand Hotel
Utah, Best Western Plus Bryce Canyon Grand Hotel
Utah, Best Western Plus Bryce Canyon Grand Hotel

Content: Excellent hotel that is reasonably priced, clean and friendly. The room, including the bathroom was spotless, beds comfortable and included amenities such has coffee pot, hair dryer, fridge and microwave.

Bryce Canyon National Park

Utah, Bryce Canyon National Park
Utah, Bryce Canyon National Park

Content: Bryce Canyon National Park…a fantasy-land of hoodoos, bizarre rock formations, and sandstone pillars. This is a crazy beautiful place, and its unique landscape sets it apart from other national parks.

Location: Bryce Canyon National Park

Day 1 - 1 May 2019

Queens Garden

Bryce Canyon National Park, Queens Garden
Bryce Canyon National Park, Queens Garden
Bryce Canyon National Park, Queens Garden

Content: The Queens Garden Trail descends down into the valley amidst a garden of hoodoos and rock formations. It’s a gorgeous, relatively easy walk, perfect for all ages and ability levels.

Navajo Loop Trail

Bryce Canyon National Park,  Navajo Loop Trail
Bryce Canyon National Park,  Navajo Loop Trail
Bryce Canyon National Park,  Navajo Loop Trail

Content: The Navajo Loop Trail ascends back up to the rim. It’s a bit strenuous but the views along the way are magnificent.

Inspiration Point

Bryce Canyon National Park,  Inspiration Point
Bryce Canyon National Park,  Inspiration Point
Bryce Canyon National Park,  Inspiration Point

Content: We hopped back into your car and drive the short distance to Inspiration Point. Now that’s a lot of hoodoos! There are two viewpoints at Inspiration Point. Right next to the parking lot is the first view. This one is good, but walk uphill for about 5 minutes to upper Inspiration Point. It’s worth the walk and this may be the best view in park.

Sunset point

Bryce Canyon National Park, Sunset point
Bryce Canyon National Park, Sunset point
Bryce Canyon National Park, Sunset point

Content: We parked in the large parking lot labeled for Sunset Point and enjoyed the view.

Valhalla Pizza

Bryce Canyon National Park, Valhalla Pizza

Content: This was some of the best “in park” food that we have ever had. Indoor and outdoor seating, beer and wine, food came out quickly, toppings and cheese, plentiful, it was excellent. We would highly recommend.

Location: Bryce Canyon National Park

Day 2 - 2 May 2019

Sunrise Point

Bryce Canyon National Park, Sunrise Point
Bryce Canyon National Park, Sunrise Point

Content: We got early in the morning to have a view of Sunrise Point. From sunset point,we walked north on the Rim Trail, towards Sunrise Point. This is a flat, easy to walk trail with an awesome view over Bryce.

Rainbow Point And Yovimpa Point

Bryce Canyon National Park, Rainbow Point And Yovimpa Point
Bryce Canyon National Park, Rainbow Point And Yovimpa Point
Bryce Canyon National Park, Rainbow Point And Yovimpa Point

Content: Located as far south as we can drive in Bryce, this viewpoint is good, but not nearly as great as Inspiration Point or the views from the Rim Trail. To get here, it takes about 20 minutes of driving from Bryce Point. On the way here, you can also stop at Natural Bridge for a photos.

Peekaboo Loop Trail

Bryce Canyon National Park, Peekaboo Loop Trail
Bryce Canyon National Park, Peekaboo Loop Trail
Bryce Canyon National Park, Peekaboo Loop Trail

Content: The Peekaboo Loop Trail is a 4.8 mile trail through a valley filled with pink and orange hoodoos.The hike started at Bryce Point. We descended 1 mile down into the valley, walked the 3 mile loop through the hoodoos, and then climbed the last mile back to Bryce Point. This trail tends to be less crowded than Queens Garden or the Navajo Loop Trails.

Fairyland Point

Bryce Canyon National Park, Fairyland Point
Bryce Canyon National Park, Fairyland Point
Bryce Canyon National Park, Fairyland Point

Content: This is the longest hike on this list. It’s an 8 mile hike, starting and ending at Fairyland Point in the northern part of Bryce. This hike is labeled as strenuous because of its length and elevation changes. If you want to get away from the crowds, this is the hike for you.

Las Vegas

Bryce Canyon National Park, Las Vegas
Bryce Canyon National Park, Las Vegas

Content: After long hiking day our road trip to Bryce Canyon National Park got over. We headed back to Las Vegas.