A History Based Domestic Study-Travel Program Offered Through . . . . TBA. Earn college credit as we use experiential learning to build a deeper understanding of our shared history while community building and making connections. Join the next adventure in Summer 2019.
--- Ebenezer Bryce, a settler on the Paunsaugunt Plateau,came across what we now know as Bryce Canyon in the 1870s. He recognized its beauty (how could he not), but he was mostly concerned about his livestock and dubbed it "a heck of a place to lose a cow." It certainly is that! There is no other place in the world like Bryce Canyon. The short video below offers a glimpse into the canyon and talks about the historic lodge and cabins. Students of History on the Move V will stay in those historic cabins and they will learn and experience this canyon's amazing history. Oh, and it isn't really a canyon at all; it is actually an amphitheater.