Friday, March 19, 2010

Bryce Canyon in Winter

It's been a year of overabundant snow in Southwestern Utah, and a recent visit to Bryce Canyon National Park was a unique opportunity to see this spectacular place at the end of still-snowy winter.
Welcome to the Visitors Center!

Looking into the Bryce Amphitheater

View NE from the Bryce Rim towards the Aquarius Plateau, the highest plateau in North America which tops out at 11,328 feet.

Along the Queen's Garden Trail, just below Sunrise Point

1 comment:

  1. So stunningly beautiful! :-D I love the red colors contrasted with the white snow. Also, such an expanse of open space. I've been out in the wild recently--oh yeah--but not out in the wilderness.