The wind blew cold biting wet snow into my face as I stepped out of my SUV at Sunrise Point. The elevation of the rim at this point is at about 8,000 feet. I bundled up in my shell gear, winter hat, neck gator, and gloves to face the cold. My first glimpses of the canyon were shrouded in clouds and barely visible. I was about ready to pack up my gear and head to the warm comfort of the hotel when the storm broke just long enough to capture a few shots and then it filled back in.
UtahBryce Canyon National ParkSunrise Point