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Bryce Canyon National Park

Bryce Canyon National Park

Highway 63, Bryce Canyon, Utah, 84764
435-834-5322
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Bryce Canyon National Park

Outdoor enthusiasts will be in heaven when they enter Bryce Canyon National Park. There is an endless array of picturesque hiking trails, both long and short. Breathtaking sightseeing opportunities are in no short supply along the 13 viewpoints or via an ATV tour. For the adventurous, there are mule and horse rides that go down into Bryce Canyon. And everyone will appreciate one of the many ranger programs, which provide a more in-depth understanding of the Park.

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Hours

  • Summer (May - September) - 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
  • Fall (October) - 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
  • Winter (November - March) - 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
  • Spring (April) - 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Prices

  • Private Vehicle - $25.00
  • Non-Commercial Group - $12.00/Person
  • Individual Entering by Foot, Bicycle,
    Motorcycle - $12.00

Events

  • Utah Prairie Dog Day
  • Annual Astronomy Festival
  • Educational Outreach Programs

Activities

  • Hiking
  • Picnicking
  • Camping
  • Horseback Riding

Transportation

Bryce Canyon offers a complimentary shuttle that you’re welcome to take advantage of to tour the park. It’s a great way to lessen the congestion from vehicular traffic. However, if you prefer, you can drive your car into the park and use it to see the sights.

Viewpoints

There are a total of 13 viewpoints in Bryce Canyon Park, providing excellent photo-ops. If you drive, it will take you at least three hours to get to them all during the 38-mile roundtrip excursion. Along the way, you will encounter hiking trails and picnic areas.

FAQs

  • What kind of wildlife will I see in Bryce Canyon National Park?

    An abundance of wildlife can be spotted during your visit. Keep a sharp lookout for everything from Utah prairie dogs, golden-mantled ground squirrels, and antelope to red-tailed hawks, turkeys, and mountain short-horned lizards.
  • What’s the best time to visit?

    The busiest time of year at Bryce Canyon is June through September. That’s when about 60 percent of tourists show up. It’s much less crowded in the fall when you can see beautiful foliage or in the spring when the wildflowers are in bloom. If you’re into cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, you’ll want to come in winter.

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