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Stories and Tips Bryce Canyon

Difference: Sunset and Lights

Written by rufusni on 13 Oct, 2011

My final flight segment from Minneapolis to Vegas was delayed by an hour...which meant I was just reaching Vegas as it was getting dark and the sun was setting. The lights were on all over the city...and as we reached the airport and were taxiing...we…Read More


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Points South: A Phototour of Bryce's Lower Half

Written by callen60 on 28 Jan, 2007

It’s 20 miles down Utah 63—the park road—from its junction with Utah 12 to the end at Rainbow Point. The first 3 miles lie outside the park, and another mile takes you to the central amphitheatre, where the great majority of visitors cluster, and where…Read More


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Down the Navajo Loop to Queen's Garden: A Photohike

Written by callen60 on 27 Jan, 2007

This is one of Bryce’s most popular highlights, so you’ll have to plan accordingly to avoid the crowds. The Queen in her Garden is indeed a must-see destination, but the hike’s real beauty is the intimate experience it provides among Bryce’s hoodoos, where it often…Read More


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Look Out Below! Through Bryce by Mule with Canyon Trail Rides

Written by callen60 on 27 Jan, 2007

When I asked my kids if mule rides and horse rides should be part of our Southwestern swing, they wondered why I bothered to ask at all. After settling the anxiety about descending into the Grand Canyon (everyone remembered reading Brighty of the Grand Canyon),…Read More


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Followed by a Moon Shadow: Moonlight Hiking at Bryce

Written by callen60 on 27 Jan, 2007

This is probably the most sought-after activity in Bryce. The Moonlight Hike takes place only 2 nights a month, on days near the full moon, and word has obviously gotten out about this evening expedition (a list of scheduled dates is at the NPS Bryce…Read More


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Touring Bryce

Written by LA guy on 14 Nov, 2005

After a 1.5-hour drive from Zion, we finally arrived at our overnight lodge at Bryce Canyon Resort early afternoon. With a brief stop at the nearby historic Ruby's Inn for lunch and souvenir shopping, we began our tour of Bryce. Once inside Bryce, we decided…Read More


Hiking Trails in Bryce

Written by LisaCharlene on 14 Jul, 2004

You will be astounded at the hiking choices within Bryce, including a relatively easy hike around the rim. The pure raw red spirals, pinnacles, and otherworldly beauty of this spot will draw you in. If you choose to hike into the canyon I…Read More


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Bryce Canyon – Facts & Info (new shuttle service!)

Written by AnaMH on 15 Nov, 2000

First piece of information is the fee, $20 per car and its good for 7 days. The temperature in the park can be as high as 80 in the summer but gets cool at night due to the elevation, which can be as high as…Read More


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Day Trip – Zion National Park

Written by AnaMH on 15 Nov, 2000

Zion National Park is 85 miles southwest of Bryce Canyon. The first park of the drive through Red Canyon on Hwy 12 Eastbound is spectacular. The hoodoos are almost right on the road. I’ve seen plenty of wildlife in this area. Next, you head south on…Read More


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Hikes in Bryce Canyon

Written by AnaMH on 15 Nov, 2000

One of the most popular is Rim Trail. It runs 5.5 miles but can be picked up at any of the lookouts that surround Bryce Amphitheater (Fairyland Point, Sunrise Point, Sunset Point, Inspiration Point and Bryce Point). You can travel all of it or the…Read More


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