Travel,  Nature,  Naturalization,  Philosophy,  Poetry, Photography, Website Development

Southwest USA 2001

(Page 6 of 12)


Bryce Canyon National Park
(Page 1)


Bryce Canyon National Park is similar to Cedar Breaks, but larger.

This is an overlook on the Navajo Trail.

The hoodoo formations are an erosion feature of dry regions. Softer rock is eroded away, leaving the harder rocks behind.


On the Navajo Trail, looking down into the valley.
Looking down a series of never-ending switchbacks down to the bottom, on the Navajo Trail.
In the valley.
This is near an area called the "Queen's Garden".

2001 tour:    Previous    Next 

The material on this page is copyright © by the original author/artist/photographer. This website is created, maintained & copyright © by Walter Muma
Please respect this copyright and ask permission before using or saving any of the content of this page for any purpose

Thank you for visiting!