This morning we packed up, said goodbye to our airbnb, and left for Bryce Canyon National Park. The drive to Bryce from Kanab was a quick 1.5 hours. Bryce Canyon was unlike anything I have ever seen before. It’s composed of what are called “hoodoos.” These hoodoos are created from over 200 freeze/thaw cycles that continuously work to erode the edges of the rock formation.
Some of these hoodoos at Bryce Canyon soar up to 150 feet high. They are absolutely stunning and one of the most phenomenal natural things I have ever seen. You truly felt like you were on another planet looking out over these things.
The National Park starts at the top of these hoodoos – which is amazing because it allows everyone of every age and ability to enjoy the view. There is a paved path along the top with benches and view points.
Then if you wish you can chose which way down into the hoodoos you’d like to hike!
After exploring this national park for a few hours we started our drive to Moab, UT. From Bryce Canyon it’s a 4.5 hour drive. Moab is a small but thriving little town with a wide variety of restaurants, fast food places, coffee shops, grocery stores, and shops. For dinner we stopped at Zax restaurant and I devoured a delicious gluten free burger. nom nom nom. nom. nom.