Bryce Canyon National Park: Queen’s Garden By Michael Korfhage, Joel Anderson, 2015

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Called the Queen’s Garden for a rock sculpture fashioned by nature to look just like a queen sitting on her throne, this hiking trail in Bryce Canyon National Park is the most traversed of the paths. The walk is not as challenging as the Peekaboo Trail, and it still offers impressive views of the famous “hoodoo” rock formations. Anderson Design Group handcrafted this early-1900s era national parks poster to reflect the majesty (pun intended) of the Queen’s Garden. An excellent wall adornment for a park enthusiast who wants to remember their favorite park, or a perfect gift for a family member to remember a shared trip, this poster is available as a canvas banner, metal sign, framed print, vintage poster, or framed postcard. To learn more about Bryce Canyon, check out the Bryce Canyon Natural History Association.

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