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Zion & Bryce

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We have a road trip planned to Zion & Bryce Oct 13-18 from our home in southern california. Trying to decide if it is still worth going if the parks are still closed. I know you can still drive through the southern end of Zion and I was told by Ruby's hotel they have some private land they are allowing guests to go to that overlooks Bryce.They called it Fairyland. I've read some of the posts and it sounds like there are some really beautiful state parks in the area to visit.
Or should we come up with a plan B and wait and do this road trip when the parks are open, which with any luck could be by Oct 13.
Appreciate any suggestions, our hotel reservations are out side the parks so we do already have reservations.

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