On Tuesday we explored Bryce Canyon and had an amazing day. We got there fairly early in the morning and parked near Sunset Point and looked out over the amphitheater of hoodoos. We then walked over to Sunrise Point and then started down Queens Garden Trail. We got to walk in and around the hoodoos as we descended down. When we reached the bottom we walked along the forest and then met up with the Navajo Trail and the Peekaboo Canyon Trail. We took the Peekaboo trail and it was amazing and probably one of our favorite hikes all week long. It was a 3 mile loop with lots of ups and downs with amazing views around every bend. The best part too was that we basically had the entire trail to ourselves which is our favorite way to hike. The weather was gorgeous, the sun came out for good portions of it and we did have all of about 5 minutes of wind and rain that quickly blew over. In most of the photos you can see little specks of the kids as they ran ahead of us and explored the trail. We ate our lunch out on the trail and slowly made our way back to the junction of Peekaboo, Queens Garden and Navajo Loop and took the Navajo loop trail back up to Sunset Point. In the end our figure of 8 loop ended up being 7 miles. It was still early afternoon so we of course hopped on the shuttle bus because the kids love all things shuttle bus related and headed to the visitor center to get our National Park Coffee Mug. It was a great day exploring a new area and seeing some of God’s great Beauty.