Bryce Canyon Visit

September 21, 2016 Paul Groves

Bryce Canyon is known for its natural amphitheater filled with towering “hoodoos” (eroded sandstone columns with beautiful layers of color.) We had a glimpse of a few in Red Canyon on the way up to Bryce Canyon. Unfortunately, the high altitude (over 8,000 feet) meant we were in the clouds. The lodge where we stopped for lunch was fogged in. We walked to the edge of the canyon but could see nothing except white fog.
The walk to and from the canyon rim, however, was beautiful in the fog and light rain.