High Temperature Death Valley and Trekking Bryce Park
Americans use the words hot, dry, and low to describe the landscape of Death Valley. In summer, the maximum temperature can reach more than 50 degrees, so in order to prevent puncture, the death valley in the hot summer season is inaccessible. There are also hiking trails, you can see the "walking stones", the specific opening hours should consult the visitor center, after all, hiking here is not a joke. On both sides of the "Death Valley" canyon, the cliff is a cliff, the terrain is very sinister. It is also the hottest and driest area in North America. It doesn't rain all the year round. Every time there is heavy rain, the hot place will easily rush into the mud, and there is also the "dead crater." It is said that the notoriety of "Death Valley" was not proclaimed until 150 years ago. In the 19th century, a gold rushing team to Jinshan copied shortcuts across the valley. Because of the bad weather in this area, the innocent yellow sand was added to the pile. A few people who successfully crossed the valley said sadly when they left the place, "Goodbye Death Valley", which was named after Death Valley. Bryce Canyon National Park is located in the southwestern part of Utah, on the north bank of the Colorado River. The canyon is a huge natural amphitheatre composed of many unique rock pillars. The pillars are composed of wind, water and ice erosion in the river and sedimentary rocks in the lake bed. They are more than 60 shades of red, red, yellow and white. Different colors, plus light changes, color and gold flow. The hiking route here is also 2 hours, just around the bottom of the valley, not going back. The viewing platform is not far from the visitor center, and the road will also see the deer who are not afraid of human freedom. The viewing platform has a straight road to the bottom of the valley and is well recognizable. In fact, it is a bit like Cappadocia in Turkey. At sunset, the golden glory of the summit is not to be missed!
Bryce Canyon National Park after snow hike
tickets: 35 per car, such as going to three national parks above recommended national park year card.
Utah's five major national parks, where the highest altitude, the lowest temperature, and the largest amount of snowfall. Every January, locals like to go to the park for snowshoeing. The most amazing scenery is the Bryce Canyon National Park after the snow. The core landscape in the park is a stone tower or stone pillar that has been eroded into large pieces like ghosts. The wind with the thick sandstone, the freezing and ablation of the water droplets carved the colored rock into a strange form, creating the grand scene of the Bryce Canyon. The sunrise at sunset point is beautiful and beautiful. There are a number of trails of different difficulty lengths to choose from. It is recommended to consult the visitor center to get the map~
Snowy Days, the Canyon Line, is ten times more beautiful than usual.
Through the farthest Grand Canyon Loop, stay in the final finale and meet the most beautiful Bryce Canyon National Park. Daylight and snow-capped mountains, white and orange-red as the main color, green is embellished
crossing Zion National Park back to Las Vegas, returning to the city after a visual feast Life is a bit unaccustomed.
is the feeling of being on the road, the freedom of relaxation brought by road trips, and the surprise of the next intersection, which is the most nostalgic in the distance.
Bryce Canyon National Park is known as the natural stone sarcophagus. It is located in the southwestern part of Utah, USA. After thousands of years of weathering, it has formed a unique natural wonder.
Inside the red, orange and white rocks, as if the natural terracotta warriors emerged from the ground, resolutely stood like a group of mountains and seas, like the loneliness of the group.
The various pillars of different depths and magnificent rock pillars can be called the magic of nature, and the beauty is breathtaking!
Located northeast of Las Vegas, Bryce Canyon National Park is famous for its unique and interesting geographical structure. This is not so much an alternative canyon as a work of art under the influence of nature. The natural ecology and climate of Bryce Canyon National Park make its unique geological feature—rock pillars. These unique rock pillars, stone caves, and the huge natural open-air theaters are magnificent and have attracted a large number of visitors.