Bryce Canyon National Park – I am in love.
A couple weeks ago I took a trip to Bryce for the first time and it was even more spectacular than I imagined. I spent two days wandering around and a night camping in the backcountry. It was like pushing the reset button on my life and thoughts.
I craved a solo connection with nature and some pure exploration time. Relative to Yosemite National park, Bryce is small and much more low-key. I was really overwhelmed when I visited Yosemite earlier this summer, so I appreciated the pureness I experienced at Bryce.
It is a very special place and I highly recommend it. In fact, I loved it so much I convinced my Dad to fly out for his 60th birthday so I could take him camping there!
As I wandered around the park I took SO MANY photos – 171 to be exact ;)
I narrowed them down (which was no easy task) and wanted to share some of my favorites with you. Hope you enjoy!
The drive to Bryce doesn’t look like much. It’s mostly smaller rounded mountains and greenery. Then, all of the sudden there is this huge canyon with stunning red rock. It just appears! You could be just 100 meters away and have no idea there is a spectacular canyon nearby.