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Hiking Navajo Trail with Kids in the Winter | Bryce Canyon National Park | Hike the Hoodoos Challenge harm Tue, 02/27/2018 - 20:59
After a not so good night sleep (notice the haggard look on everyone's faces) we got off to a late start to hike Navajo Trail in Bryce Canyon National Park. Navajo Trail/Loop is 1.3 miles but we decided to hike to Two Bridges which is .6 miles one way. I've written about hiking Navajo Trail which can combine with Queens Garden in a Loop trail here, but in the winter, this hike is a "there and back again" instead of a loop. Since we went in January, we knew the trail would be muddy/icy/snow. Luckily, it was going to be
Hiking Queens Garden | Bryce Canyon National Park | Hike the Hoodoos Challenge harm Thu, 02/22/2018 - 11:14
Thursday night I asked the husband if we should just get away for a while. So we did. We ended up in Bryce Canyon National Park. We haven’t been to Bryce Canyon with the whole family before. The last time that I’d been to Bryce I had Aiko & Orion and it was our first solo car ride without dad. See how we hiked with two tiny toddlers here. (Look how tiny they were...2015.) This time, it was going to be different, for many reasons. First, I’ve only been to Bryce Canyon when it’s blazing hot, this time we were
Hiking Mossy Cave Trail in the Winter | Bryce Canyon National Park | Hike the Hoodoos Challenge harm Thu, 02/22/2018 - 11:03
Mossy Cave is the last hike we took the kids on before heading out. Mossy Cave is more of a Nature Trail. See our other two here and here. I've heard about this hike for a few years from my father in law, but it always seemed out of the way. Past Bryce Canyon posts here. The scenery is breathtaking. I love how the white rocks can be seen here too. It's only .9 miles roundtrip so this is an easy one for the whole family. Mossy Cave Trail is actually OUTSIDE of Bryce Canyon National Park, but they've included
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