The only way to make iconic Bryce Canyon even prettier is to view it from between a horse’s ears.
Utah’s Bryce Canyon figures on many outdoors enthusiasts’ bucket lists: known for its hoodoos, or pillars of rock left exposed by erosion, the canyon is protected as a national park and welcomes hikers, as well as horseback riders. What better way to enjoy one of the most iconic locations in the West than by horseback?
If you’re not able to haul your trusty steed all the way to Bryce Canyon anytime soon (or hire one of the local livery’s horses) we’ve got the next best thing: a helmet cam view of a section of trail, including a switchback climb up out of one section of canyon and a peek-a-boo tunnel through a rock face to access a whole new breathtaking view.
Bucket list ride! Peek-a-boo trail in Bryce Canyon National Park, AMAZING!!! Credits to: Kelly Brook Allen
Posted by Horse Dimension on Tuesday, November 14, 2017
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