Bryce Canyon National Park,
Local Clowns and Beggars
Clearly related to
chipmunks, these ubiquitous moochers are Golden Mantled Ground
Wall Street (entering
and coming out)
Back into Wall Street (note people)
While there are many arches
in the canyon, Natural Bridge is one of the most easily reached.
This photogenic arch is at a pull-off. Actually, Natural Bridge
is an arch since it was worn by wind and rain rather than by
This shot was at the end of
the road (9100'). The fine print reads "ice and snow
hazards", but there certainly wasn't any right then. The
trail probably just needed repairs. However, at 9100' it could
easily close for snow at any time--at nearly the same altitude it
did snow on us two days later in southern Colorado.
Looking Eastward from
On a clear day, you are
supposed to be able to see New Mexico from here!
Rainbow Point looking north
up the canyon from the direction you came.
Looking eastward from
Rainbow Point. One of the hiking trails goes out onto the point.
Rim Trail from Bryce Point
to Inspiration Point
Every view is a different
Wall of Windows
Silent City from Sunset
This is the youngest
portion of the canyon and is extremely active. You apparently can
hear it rearranging and pieces coming down following a rain