Bryce Canyon

3:43 PM

After spending the majority of the day in Zion National Park, we drove nearly 100 miles to visit Bryce Canyon for a final hike and exploration. The natural formations, christened hoodoos, were beautiful, catching the last of the sun's rays. Bryce Canyon National Park boasts the largest collection of hoodoos in the world. Utah is beautiful, and if ever in the area, this amphitheater is a must visit. Pictures do not do it justice. We drove around the park to gawk at multiple lookout points before choosing a trail within the hoodoos. After the hike, we stopped at the visitor center to shower barely too late, so the day's worth of stink would have to come off elsewhere. Finding an open campsite in the area is not easy in the busy season, so we had to drive a ways before finding a campground to pitch the tent and settle in for the night. Our legs carried us many miles that day and had earned a good rest.

The next day was dedicated to getting home, but we made sure to stop at some famous pit stops along the way. Coming up next.

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