TripUSA: Bryce Canyon


Another shot of the Novell headquarters.

Another shot of the Novell headquarters.

Some wind turbines by the side of the road.

Some wind turbines by the side of the road.

Some interesting red mountains with trees.

Some interesting red mountains with trees.

A lake and trees.

A lake and trees.

Red rock and grassy fields.

Red rock and grassy fields.

Interesting canyons and sagebrush.

Interesting canyons and sagebrush.

An overly dramatic scene.

An overly dramatic scene.

River and canyons.

River and canyons.

A little too dramatic.

A little too dramatic.

Our family in the canyon.

Our family in the canyon.

Two formations in the Dixie National Forest.

Two formations in the Dixie National Forest.

Toilet and canyons.

Toilet and canyons.

Dad in front of the arch.

Dad in front of the arch.

A display about the opening of the Red Canyon  Tunnels.

A display about the opening of the Red Canyon Tunnels.

A view of the canyon.

A view of the canyon.

Me in the rainy canyon.

Me in the rainy canyon.

Dad in the canyon.

Dad in the canyon.

This formation looks like a fortress.

This formation looks like a fortress.

A precariously positioned plant.

A precariously positioned plant.

Two towers.

Two towers.

Dad and I at Black Birch Canyon.

Dad and I at Black Birch Canyon.

Interesting rock formations and mountains in the distances.

Interesting rock formations and mountains in the distances.

A camel-shaped formatiom and the canyon in the distance.

A camel-shaped formatiom and the canyon in the distance.

Dad and I at Rainbow Point.

Dad and I at Rainbow Point.

Intricate canyon formations.

Intricate canyon formations.

A white formation lined up with two orange ones.

A white formation lined up with two orange ones.

Down, down, down.

Down, down, down.

Trees in the canyon.

Trees in the canyon.

White and orange formations by the side of the road.

White and orange formations by the side of the road.

A closer view of the formations.

A closer view of the formations.

Red dirt and canyon spires.

Red dirt and canyon spires.

Me at the edge of the canyon.

Me at the edge of the canyon.

...and without the hat

...and without the hat

Dad at the canyon edge.

Dad at the canyon edge.

Dad and I at the canyon edge.

Dad and I at the canyon edge.

An interesting-looking formation.

An interesting-looking formation.

A close-up of some orange spires.

A close-up of some orange spires.

Me at the Natural Bridge.

Me at the Natural Bridge.

A formation with a perfect gradient!

A formation with a perfect gradient!

A safely positioned plant.

A safely positioned plant.

The Nautral Bridge!

The Nautral Bridge!

Dad and I at the Natural Bridge.

Dad and I at the Natural Bridge.

Mom and Dad and the Nautral Bridge.

Mom and Dad and the Nautral Bridge.

A view of the Bryce Amphitheatre.

A view of the Bryce Amphitheatre.

Our family at the Bryce Amphitheatre.

Our family at the Bryce Amphitheatre.

A photo of the canyon from Sunset Point.

A photo of the canyon from Sunset Point.

A close-up of the canyon.

A close-up of the canyon.

Fairyland Point

Fairyland Point

A view of the canyon from Fairyland Point.

A view of the canyon from Fairyland Point.

A sunset on the way to Bryce Canyon.

A sunset on the way to Bryce Canyon.

A towering red rock spire.

A towering red rock spire.

An interesting sunset at an electrical substation.

An interesting sunset at an electrical substation.

The sunet on the way to Glendale, UT.

The sunet on the way to Glendale, UT.