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We spent the night in Kanab, then got up early the next day and drove up to Bryce Canyon National Park. Again, the drive was just as beautiful as on the previous days. The photo above is one view along the way of a river in southern Utah, in Long Valley.
To get to Bryce Canyon from Kanab, you take Hwy 89 north until you get to Hwy 12, then turn right. You go through an area of red rock formations in the Dixie National Forest that is spectacular all by itself. If you didn’t get to Bryce, you would still be in awe just from the drive on Hwy 12.
Once you get into Bryce Canyon National Park, there are several different areas and viewpoints. We went to the Bryce Ampitheater, which included Sunrise Point, and to Fairyland Point. FabGrandpa and I went to Bryce last year, but we were there in mid-afternoon and the sun was too bright–all my photos looked washed out and did not truly show the gorgeous colors. This time, we got there early in the morning. The light was better and I got some fantastic pictures.
The pictures below were taken at Sunrise Point:
Becky and FabGrandpa at Sunrise Point
And the pictures below were taken at Fairyland Point:
So, so far, we have been to Antelope Canyon, Zion National Park, and Bryce Canyon National Park. Three canyons, all different, and all very beautiful and awesome in their own ways. Then we went home to the North Rim and took Becky on a tour of the Grand Canyon.