Travel Inspiration: Navajo Loop, Bryce Canyon National Park

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Navajo Loop [Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah]

Navajo Loop, Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah | Bryce Canyon National Park’s beautiful red rocks are on full display in Navajo Loop. This popular day hike takes you past enormous pine trees and into the shadows of the towering red rock hoodoos. In winter, each red rock is frosted by a layer of pure white snow. 

 

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Carmen Fifield

The delight of finding an unknown park, a captivating history museum or a fantastic desert means exploration is never far from Carmen Fifield’s mind. Carmen’s favorite travel memories include biking to historic sites on the island of Guernsey, huffing and puffing up the stairs to the Great Wall of China and eating the most delicious crab cake ever in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

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