As mentioned in a previous article, the first visit at Bryce Canyon National Park is guaranteed to be an overwhelming visual experience. The feeling of sensory overload will be amplified by the thin air in this high elevation environment, so be prepared to hold on to the rail tight! Basically, after first laying eyes upon this majestic display of Mother Nature at her finest, it will be nearly impossible to remember whatever plans were made prior to arrival. For this reason, the best course of action is to just go with it and just plan on experiencing the many roadside overlooks in this big park during the initial visit.
As can be judged by the high number of photos in the two Bryce Canyon overlook albums, it is all too easy to go crazy with the camera during the first visit at Bryce Canyon. There are so many interesting sights to see and sharing the memories back home can seem like the most important mission in the world. All that can be said once again is to just go for it, simply because there is no such thing as taking too many photos of this magnificent geological wonder. Touring the scenic overlooks at Bryce Canyon is a time consuming experience because there will be a temptation to stop and stare at the odd looking hoodoos every few feet, so be sure to make no other plans for day one!
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