On Saturday, 3/26/16 (Day 83) the temperature was in the teens and there was a coating of snow.
The drive up into Bryce Canyon National Park was slippery and even going slow to approach the manned gate at the park the Prius slipped as I tried to stop.
The goal this morning before heading over to The fifth and final of the 5 national parks in Utah was to take this relatively short hike to Mossy Cave on the east slop of the plateau rise. This is in the park but outside the fee area.
This is a short hike from the roadside parking.
The hike does give you the opportunity to see some interesting views.
Here is the Mossy Cave with left over ice from the winter.
This is one of the more interesting formations on the hike but you need to get a bit off trail to get the best picture.
The views of Bryce Canyon are ever changing.