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Roads Less Traveled: The waterfall at Bryce Canyon National Park – ‘Mossy Cave’

From the bloggers at Roads Less Traveled

September 2016 – Just as headlines sell news stories, the same thing is true with hiking trails at the National Parks.

At Bryce Canyon National Park there are lots of great hiking trails and overlooks with fabulously inviting names like: Fairyland Trail, Inspiration Point, Sunrise and Sunset Points and Peek-a-boo Trail to name a few.

But up in the northeast corner of Bryce Canyon National Park, well off the beaten path, and not even on the main drive through the Park, there’s a hiking trail called Mossy Cave. This is an interesting name, perhaps, but it sure didn’t jump out at us and beg us to come check it out!

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