Bryce Canyon National Park is sunny when it rains, and red stone forests scatter in disorder, like a natural open-air theater, waiting for a shower before sunset, and the scenery is still fascinating. I also met ICN International Satellite Television in the United States to shoot a travel program, and was interviewed with slightly spicy, Xiao Xiao appeared. The whole national park can circle down and enter from the entrance. It takes about 2 hours to walk back and forth. Because of the uphill and downhill, the physical test is very great. We can only walk a little and then return. Of course, we can see more scenery at the end.
Bryce Canyon National Park, in 1875, a devil named Bryce first discovered this magical place and named it after him. According to textual research, this is a primitive valley. After more than 40 million years of wind and rain, nature cut the sedimentary rocks beneath the river bed. Under the erosion of wind, rain and snow, the rocks gradually show more than 60 different colors, such as red, light red, yellow, light yellow, and so on. In addition, the color of the rocks changes, making the color of the rocks golden and entertaining. The elevation of the National Park is between 2400 and 2700, and some people may have a slight altitude reaction, so when walking, they should adapt slowly.
As we approached Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah, huge pillars began to appear on both sides of the road. The West Sunshine inspired their fiery enthusiasm. They were like loyal guards guarding the canyon and handsome ambassadors greeting visitors. Locals call them Hoodoos. Entering the canyon (actually the name of the canyon is not very precise, here is a wide valley), I was shocked to see dozens of meters high stone pillars formed in a neat line, the majesty of the grand scene in the valley. This situation is much more magnificent than the terracotta warriors and horses in Xi'an. I can't help but admire in my heart that the works of nature are natural, and human beings can't reach them after all.
Bryce Canyon National Park, the huge bowl-shaped open-air theatre is densely covered with colorful terracotta forests, Brown rutile is the most eye-catching. After lunch, we went to the gazelle cave in the most peculiar slit cave in the world. Then we went to Horseshoe Bay in Peggy Town. Today, I witnessed the magnificence of the United States and the West. Compared with the beauty of the South of the Yangtze River in China, it's another magnificent and shocking beauty. It's a bit hard to walk in the desert, but it's still worth it.
Bryce Canyon National Park is the smallest national park in Utah, located in southwestern Utah. It's not a real canyon, but a huge natural open-air theatre formed by erosion along the eastern side of the Pangshagunt Plateau. Whether in summer or winter, you can find a good angle to shoot amazing scenery. Find the right time to capture the magnificence of nature's pavement in the best scenic spots of sunrise and sunset Point.
It looks better than I imagined. I thought it was only a side dish after seeing the Antelope Valley. Unexpectedly, starting from Las Vegas, our self-driving motorcade experienced a variety of landforms, such as beige, green and red. Finally came to this park, in the open-air field we hiked for an hour and a half, very admirable Danxia landscapes! __________ Should camp here, camping!
First of all, Bryce National Park is really spectacular, but when we go there we always feel like there's a little dust storm in the low altitude and it's not very clear. There are squirrels everywhere. There are many hiking routes here, but we have to wear comfortable shoes, many are dirt roads, some are slippery stones.
The Cenozoic strata of the Pangshagant Plateau were excavated by the unique source erosion, and then filled with orange and red pillars. The shape of the pillars is so fantastic that they are like open-air theatres, castles, bridges, towers, hammers and even Queen Victoria. Sitting in this magnificent canyon, looking at these grottoes, stone walls, cliffs, lamenting the human moment on this long axis of time, and the human insignificance in the face of nature.