Close to the “Bryce Canyon National Park”, and therefore build from similar stone and by similar processes, the “Moosy Cave” provides a great view for a short rest.
I actually ended up there for lunchtime. The place, which gives this short hike its name, the “Moosy Cave”, really is just that a moosy cave. Ground water eroded that cave and at the same time provides the necessary environment for moose to grow in that desert like environment. The cave is so secluded, that ice might be found up until June.
I rather enjoyed the great view of the adjunct eroded mountains tough. Together with the sunlight, the various concentrations of iron results in shades of red and orange, which makes a great scenery.