National Park Week: Bryce Canyon National Park

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One of the most remote national parks I’ve ever visited, was Bryce Canyon National Park.  This park is located in southeastern Utah and is famous for its unique rock formations. The views of the canyon from above are surreal, and to me it seemed like I was seeing the surface of Mars, instead of the canyons of Utah. 
Bryce Canyon National Park is known not only for this unique geology, but also its uninterrupted views of the night sky. The lack of light pollution in the area allows visitors to see brilliant stars create a canopy overhead. Like other high elevation desert areas, the temperatures at Bryce Canyon can vary greatly from daytime to nighttime, so don’t forget your warmest pajamas. 
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Author: Mountain Mom

Hi! I'm Mountain Mom. I live with my husband and three young kids in the mountains near Sundance, Utah. When we're not hiking, biking, skiing and camping, I spend my time doing Mom stuff and reading. Summer of 2016 we traveled over 7,000 miles along the US National Park to Park Highway.

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