Bryce Canyon National Park Things To Do Hey you guys! Thanks for joining us on another journey. We were collaborating with The Travels Of Z this week, starting at the Queen’s Garden Trail at Bryce Canyon. It was absolutely amazing to hike down among the hoodoos. We ran into a group of ladies that April & I had chatted with along our morning hike on the Peek-A-Boo Loop. They were such a hoot and we were impressed with their long-time hiking hobby! They were with Adventures In Good Company, an all-women’s adventure travel company. Bryce Canyon is one of their most popular destinations, but they go all over the world to hike, paddle, and explore nature with a community of adventurous women. Find their website link below. Z & I reflected on how far technology has progressed; remembered film cameras and the craziness that sometimes came along with them. At the Queen Victoria formation, we got to observe a cute chipmunk. Z & his family were going to jump on the Navajo Loop to finish out their hike that way, so I decided we should tag along. April was so hungry (we hadn’t eaten lunch and had been hiking for hours), so she hesitated for a minute, but she had a snack and off we went again. I talked with Z about how he got started travel vlogging–it goes back to when he accidentally lost all of their wedding photos/videos. Wall Street was very cool, but man, it was quite the trek on the switchbacks up out of the canyon. April had a psychological urge to see Thor’s Hammer again; be sure to fulfill your legal urges–haha. We had no idea how long we had actually hiked that day; April looked at the maps later that night to discover it was a total of 9 miles! It was so worth the ass-kicking, and we had so much fun with The Travels Of Z and his family!