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Need Advice on Quick Bryce/Zion Trip

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I had planned a longer trip to Bryce and Zion and the other parks in the region, but due to work schedules, I've had to cut my trip short. I know this isn't ideal, but I"d rather have a few days there than none, even though I know it won't really be enough to see everything I'd like.

I'm flying into Salt Lake City early Wed morning and driving to Bryce. I'll stay overnight at Bryce, and then spend the next two nights at Zion before returning to Salt Lake City Sat afternoon.

Given that I won't have a lot of time in either park, I'll need to just do "highlights" this time. Any suggestions on "must dos" or things that give a good overview? I'm middle aged and in relatively good health so most moderate trails are fine, but I should probably avoid anything really challenging or tricky.

Thanks in advance for any suggestions.

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