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If parks like Bryce Canyon are too overwhelming for you, give this place a try. There's a reason for it to be called Kodachrome, the scenery is beautiful. Also, just beyond the park is Grosvenor Arch, named for the editor of National Geographic. It tells...More
We stopped here on a whim. We were glad we did. The park was not busy at all and we were able to view the Shakespeare Arch, Sand Pipes and other formations with very little walking. The view from the trail to the Arch was...More
Not at all crowded. We overnighted here before going on to Zion. Great night sky, very nice bathroom facilities (with showers!).
We also did the 2 hour horse riding tour in the morning, HIGHLY recommended!
Park itself is interesting. Some great geology. Pity we were not told of the washouts at Angels palace. Now only suitable for people who can get up and down steep creek bed. Also not told roads not been maintained. After driving to Chimney rock we...More
It cost eight dollars to get in. There are some really neat rock formations there. The only thing we did not like was that a number of the rock formations were only accessible through an unpaved road that was very slow to go down, for...More
What a magnificent place! Beautiful, quiet, and dark. If you want to experience the stars with no internet (or ecell service) this is your place. We had stayed here as a base camp for Bryce but it is worth a trip unto itself.
Highly enjoyed this trail that was at times challenging to follow. We hiked at a time when there were no other visitors and the isolation added to the adventure. We saw jackrabbits and salamanders and had fun climbing the boulders at the top.
My family didn't stay at Kodachrome. We drove out to see Grosvenor's Arch, which is fairly close to Kodachrome. I was very dissapointed in the experience. We wanted to see as much as we could on this trip. Having seen several arches before at other...More
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I would have to recommend Bryce if you only have time for one of the two parks. The scenery at Bryce is of a unique nature and on a scale that is hard to match. Bryce is also well suited to driving through in that there is... More
I would have to recommend Bryce if you only have time for one of the two parks. The scenery at Bryce is of a unique nature and on a scale that is hard to match. Bryce is also well suited to driving through in that there is one main park road with numerous lookouts and parking lots,and then you come to the end. Its one way, so you drive out the same way. You can make as many stops as time permits and each one is spectacular. There are numerous hiking trails or you can just sight see from the lookouts. Unless you spent one or two days at Bryce on your previous visit, there will be no shortage of new sights to see. We spent 12 hours,stayed for a ranger talk at 9PM and then stayed to see the stars come out as well! We did not want to leave. In October all the summer crowds will have thinned out as well. Enjoy.