For beautiful, colorful limestone formations that are natural art forms, visit Bryce and Zion National Parks in the beautiful state of Utah. The horseshoe shaped, naturally carved ‘hoodoos’ are intertwined by trails of whimsical rock formations. Not sure what a hoodoo is? Hike the trail, and you will see. It’s a fun surprise of geology.
From the High Desert you are looking at a fairly long ride for a day’s drive. We suggest leaving an evening early and going to Las Vegas for an overnighter. There are RV Parks there and overnight stays are welcomed. Get an early start in the morning and you could be at a campground at Bryce or Zion by noon. You will be more refreshed and have time to explore that day. Bryce Canyon and Zion Canyon are very close to each other, considering you took the drive that far. Plan to visit both on one trip.
Bryce Canyon National Park is but 56.2 square miles. It is on the eastern edge of the Paunsaugunt Plateau in south-central Utah. Not truly a canyon, there are over a dozen phenomenal amphitheaters of nature. Many amphitheaters are 1,000 feet of carved wonder.
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