3 National Parks in 3 Days || Bryce Canyon, Zion, & Grand Canyon || Utah & Arizona
Updated: May 22, 2020
So the second part of our trip was just go, go, go. I was getting up before 6am every morning, drive (okay, I was actually sleeping in the back seat) for an hour or two, more or less hike all day, then drive home, grab dinner, and fall sleep as soon as I got out of the shower. So, while it was tiring, it was 1000% worth it.
We stayed in an Airbnb that was in a little town called Kanab, Utah. Kanab is located right in the middle of all three National Parks we visited and hiked at, so it was easy to drive to all the parks.
First stop: Bryce Canyon National Park. Honestly I have no words for Bryce Canyon, so I’ll just let these pictures show you how incredible it is.
Second stop was at Zion National Park. In a lot of ways, Zion reminded me of a desert version of Yosemite with all the huge rocks and valleys and a river going through it. One of the trails we hiked was the popular Narrows, where we were quite literally hiking IN the river.
The third, and final, National Park was the Grand Canyon at the North Rim. This was actually the coolest day we had of about 75-80 degrees. Although we started at the top, and had to hike down, where it got hotter.
And that's a wrap on our trip! So so so thankful for these incredible opportunities.