Bryce Canyon National Park

If you like hiking, long walks and trails that are photogenic, this is the place for you! Otherwise it’s just a more boring Zion NP.


Last year I went to Zion National Park, while it was really cool it was also a little boring. Same goes for Bryce Canyon, in comparison to other national parks that is. You “have to” do the trails and long walks to see anything other than spiky golden rocks. I only had a day here and wasn’t really up for doing much walking because I was just getting over being sick. With that being said, if you get up early you can easily see some really cool sunrises and of course sunsets later in the day.

Highly Recommend going in the spring or winter, there isn’t much of a fall season here because all the trees are pine and the in between seasons everything is dead. If you go in summer plan for it to be extremely busy, as per one of the park rangers told me. It’s also kind of a small park with a single road and a couple other roads leading to viewpoints and trails, really similar to Zion.

If you’re driving up from Arizona like I did I recommend stopping off at Horseshoe Bend and Antelope Canyon (if you have time) in Page Arizona. Horseshoe is literally on the way in a small parking lot and it’s so breathtaking in person!


Gear Used:

Canon 5DS

Canon 5DS-R

Rokinon 14mm F/2.8

Canon 16-35 F/2.8L III

Canon 24-70 F/2.8L II

Canon 70-200 F/2.8L IS II

Tiffen 82mm Graduated 0.6 ND Filter

Lowepro ProTactic 450AW

Really Right Stuff L Bracket

Induro GTT204M2 Tripod



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