Tuesday, November 29th - - It was a pleasant drive to Bryce Canyon National Park and I was able to spend about four hours there. I drove through the park stopping at many of the viewpoints along the way. There were very few people around and traffic wasn't a problem at all – unlike in the summer time. There was some snow on the ground but the sun was shining and the 50 degree temperature felt much warmer.
This and the next three photos were taken at Sunset Point. Elevation 8,000 feet.
Taken from Bryce Point. A 1.3 mile trail winds its way through the canyon.
Another view of the trail into the canyon. It would have been neat to go down amongst the towering hoodoos, but I just wasn't up to that kind of challenge at that time.
Taken from Rainbow Point, elevation 9,115 feet.
Another shot from Rainbow Point.