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Hoodoos at Bryce

Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah

March 5th 2008
Our second stop on our tour of National Parks was at Bryce Canyon National Park. At this time of year the weather is still very cold at this elevation (8,000-9,000ft.) so many of the good hikes were not open. But we did the Navajo loop that I would highly recommend. Bryce is full of rock formations called Hoodoos. One of the most famous is Thor's Hammer and you can get a much better view of th ... read more
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