Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Hiking in Utah: The Navajo Trail, Sunrise to Sunset Trail, and the Garden Trail, Bryce Canyon

Our final hike is purposefully easy after two very difficult hikes in a row. We hike down the Navajo Trail, into the canyon, and come back up the Garden Trail, and then leisurely walk the Sunrise to Sunset Trail back to our car.

The Navajo Trail and the Garden Trail Statistics:
Thursday, September 5, 2019
Bryce Canyon National Park
The Navajo Trail, Sunrise to Sunset Trail, and the Garden Trail
3.57 miles
497 ft. elevation gain
2 hours, 31 minutes

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  1. Wow that looks like some climb down the canion, would not want to slip going down or up for that matter

  2. Great shots! Thanks for sharing 😊

  3. Wooow. Great shots and wonderful place.

  4. The reality is very science fiction! :)
    Spectacular shots!
    Happy WW and thank you for sharing them!

  5. Must be quite an adventure. Lovely vignettes here.

  6. Great photos. We are planning to visit Bryce canyon national park next summer.

  7. Fantastiska foton ! Så vackra ! Vilken annorlunda och vacker natur ! Dit skulle jag vilja resa.

  8. So beautiful. Really great shots.

  9. I am afraid it would take a rescue team to come and get me after the first hike. Only the thought of spectacular photography would keep me going. Thanks for sharing some great images.

  10. What a beautiful place to spend some time!

  11. Deb,

    The Navjo trail looks fascinating indeed. Must have been such a fun jaunt.
    Thank you for doing Esha and moi for #WordlessWednesday.

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  13. Look at those stunning colors; it's just gorgeous. What a fantastic trip you all had.


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