Wonderful crowd free time to visit and it was cool -- and at the top very cold, very cold. If I had to plan the trip through Bryce Canyon again, I'd stop at the Visitor's Center, then head up to the end of the road and start there. I thought the most spectacular view was the first one, so I'd save it for last.
I'll again just share photos with short commentary - as a picture is worth a thousand words.
These looked like white rocks where someone had
splashed red brown paint on them.
Dripping paint look - so cool
This reminds me of a drip sand castle I made as a kid
Quite overcast so the red rocks don't show as vibrantly
We had a trade off for cool weather and wildflowers
Love these big clouds
This big area in the next nine pictures is called The Amphitheater.
All views are overwhelmingly beautiful.
You can see the snow in the background on that mountain range.
I walked on this trail for a short distance. Would love to have gone further and down to the bottom but it was very
steep so I opted for a little walk instead of a huge hike.
How long will this stand?
Our little traveling companion - Geico the Gecko
We were cold!!!!!
Love the red/white contrast
Colder and colder, look at that elevation
You can see forever
Gonna take you higher. We were huffing & puffing
Snowball fight anyone?
Totally freezing up here
Lots of snow. I walked to the vista point and by the
time I got back to the car my hands were frozen.
So surprising to me
I'll pass on the picnic - maybe August?
First time our car was in snow
Close Up - who is this?
Sun was shining nicely so I could capture the colors
Panorama - magnificent