Peek-A-Boo Bryce Canyon National Park

Peek-A-Boo Loop Trail, Bryce Canyon National Park Hey you guys! Thanks for joining me on another journey. April & I did the Peekaboo Trail in Bryce Canyon National Park, starting at Bryce Point. It was October 27th, so the weather was almost perfect. (Too hot in the sun once we were a couple of miles into the hike.) It’s the best time of the year to come to Bryce Canyon since it isn’t packed with tourists. The scenery at Bryce Canyon National Park is like a magnificent masterpiece painting! It’s 3D nature art. 🙂 April shared why Bryce Canyon is her favorite Utah-based national park; it was a powerful experience for her when she first visited as a Florida kid. There are many windows you can see as you hike along the peek-a-boo loop. You must go partake of the cool vibe at Bryce! I’d be much more inclined to bring a kid there than Disneyland. The downside to Peekaboo is that what goes down must go up, haha! April & I marveled at how the blue sky just comes at you, like you’re watching a 3D movie without the glasses. We actually ran into Keith, a guy I used to work with almost 10 years ago. (At the visitor’s center and twice on the trail!) He was with some boy scouts. We ended up chatting with a couple groups further along the trail; one guy was from Amsterdam, and I was wearing my Amsterdam shirt. The couple was from Germany–that’s near the top of April’s list to visit. The Dutch guy teased saying, he though we just randomly asked someone where they’re from and then decided that’s where we are gonna go. We laughed because that’s the way I roll sometimes. I talked about our last visit to Bryce Canyon back in February, as April & I were contemplating how different my videos are now. Check them out; links below! We ended up having to huff & puff our way back up the canyon since we had a rendezvous point for a collaboration with The Travels Of Z, and we were growing short on time. April gave me a hard time about my not listening to the ranger about the trail while she was in the restroom to find out how long the peekaboo loop trail would take us. Hahaaa.

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