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Specific - Grand Canyon, Zion, Bryce. Winter Photography

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Hello all,

I have some questions about a section of my itinerary.

I have 3 nights in mid January and I want to see Grand Canyon, Zion and Bryce.

My main interest is photography.

Driving out of Phoenix or Las Vegas, I am thinking

1) Drive to Grand Canyon South Rim. Stay at http://www.grandcanyonlodges.com/

2) Drive up to Zion 4.5 hrs, stay at http://www.zionlodge.com/

3) Day trip to Bryce 1.5 hrs each way, stay at Zion again

4) Drive back to Vegas from Zion, 3 hrs.



I know it's a short amount of time but it's all we have.

What will there be to actually do at these locations in mid winter? will hiking be an option? will we just drive to lookouts etc? I have no idea, mostly about Zion and Bryce.

We will do hiking for photographs, but not more than about 6 miles return.

Cheers,

Daniel

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