A fresh start the next day.
Another try of the Natural Bridge.
The upper portion of Inspiration Point. I believe this area is called the "Silent City".
The sun over the "actual" Bryce Canyon.
On the Navajo Trail, decending into "Wall Street".
One of the Two Bridges.
On the Navajo Trail.
More Navajo Trail.
The tallest knob is Thor's Hammer.
Navajo Trail view.
All on the Queensland View trail.
The flat Boat Mesa on the left, and slanting Sinking Ship to the right.
First of three tunnels.
I think this is called the Queen's Castle.
The Queen sign.
The queen facing backward on a camel?
Kyle those Bryce Canyon shots are breathtaking what a place. One day I must definately plan a visit. Looks like you did lots of walking how much of this is only accessible by walking long trails? and how strenuous is the walking?
The "trails" are all only via foot (one is via horseback), and range from easy to strenuous, and from under 2 miles to as much as 22 miles if you string them together. All have elevation changes (lesser or greater), so they are all uphill at some point.
The "viewpoints" are mostly from the side of a parking area, and are easy (except the upper portion of Inspiration Point which was a couple hundred yards at 30 degrees incline or so. One passing tourist called it Expiration Point).
One from a recent trip...
Some landscape photos I took while on a walk in the forest in Burnaby, BC:
Nice guys! This one feels a little surreal...