Bryce Canyon is probably the most breathtaking national park I have ever seen with its brightly iron colored spires, amphitheater and gorge. The peacefulness here was remarkable and divine. Hiking practically all the trails here was a workout but absolutely worth every bit. I couldn’t help but do a little tai chi.
The Grand Canyon was also resplendent especially during sunset with its fiery red glow against the steep-sided valley. All the overlook points I’ve seen on the South Rim were simply magnificent, each offering a fresh new angle of the canyon.
Zion National Park, Monument Valley and Navajo National Monument all had their share of intricate rocks, views and history.