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Wall Street, Bryce Canyon National Park

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  • Wall Street, just down from Sunset Point, is a must do in Bryce. Be forewarned, it is steep. Fortunately the park employees have done a great job of maintaining the trail and many, many, many... 
    Wall Street, just down from Sunset Point, is a must do in Bryce. Be forewarned, it is steep. Fortunately the park employees have done a great job of maintaining the trail and many, many, many...  more »
  • A very impressive wall that you can walk up and down and take pictures. All trails are a bit difficult so you must were comfortable shoes. 
    A very impressive wall that you can walk up and down and take pictures. All trails are a bit difficult so you must were comfortable shoes.  more »
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  • The views of this hike were mesmerizing and breathtaking. The hike downhill is no sweat, you would have to be cautious with smaller children. One minor problem is the hike back up, it is very exhausting. But with some cool water and determination you can make it :)
  • This is the area known as ‘Wall Street’. The hike down to these vertical cliffs that resemble closely built high walls, (like Wall Street) takes off from the Navajo Loop Trail. It’s a bit like the Narrows at Zion, only not so intense. There is water in the bottom in places. Because it was getting dark and the storm clouds were moving in from the south, I took these two photos from above. The trees grow up between the walls where they can and they get quite large and tall. If you walk down at the bottom, you can stroll among the trunks that have their branches peeking up top between rock formations.

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