I promised this post some time ago. We'll soon be approaching a year since I decided to swing through Bryce Canyon and Zion National Parks on my way from from Salt Lake City in October of 2018. It was well worth it.

When I arrived at Bryce Canyon, I was convinced that I wasn't going to be able to get outside on account of some serious rain. Yet within a matter of minutes, the clouds parted, making for an incredible scene.

The following morning I took a quick stroll through Zion National Park. As a self-respecting millennial, it is obligatory to have a photo of oneself on Angel's Landing. It is also obligatory to debate with others the fear factor of the Angel's Landing hike versus that of Half Dome while riding the tram.

Enjoy!

Bryce Canyon Photos

The pouring rain pushes out of the park revealing clear skies to the south. 

Along the Queens Garden Trail
Ascending switchbacks on the Navajo Loop Trail

Zion NP Photos

The Patriarchs in Zion National Park
Obligatory photo on Angel's Landing. Not obligatory are squinting and sweat.