Highway 143 is currently closed on both ends. The Balloon Festival in Panguitch and the Astronomy Festival are both still scheduled to happen, though! Updates on the fire can be found at www.utahfireinfo.gov

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Bryce Canyon City

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Hotline: 435-612-2323

Email: sr12corridor@utah.gov

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    Panguitch Valley Balloon Rally

    June 22 - June 25
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    Bryce Canyon Country in Utah Will Astound

    Welcome to Bryce Canyon Country, home of some of the most beautiful terrain on the globe. Whether you are passing through or vacationing for a few days, the natural beauty here will leave you in awe.

    Bryce Canyon National Park has hiking and biking trails perfect for any endurance level, from flatlands to challenging slot canyons. Even if you stick to the highways and byways, there is no shortage of roadside grandeur to take in. If you are more on the adventurous side, consider a multi-day pack ride on horseback or a guided night hike lit by the moon and bright starry sky.

    Lodging possibilities abound, such as camping in a tent, hooking up your RV, or relaxing in a luxury hotel. You will also find a wealth of dining and activity options. Whether you prefer bird watching, hunting, fishing, golfing, ATVing, or just gazing at the star-filled night sky, boredom is impossible here.

    Tours of all kinds are available for booking. Among them are cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in the winter, as well as jeep and aerial tours year-round.

    No amount of planning can prepare you for the scenic beauty of Bryce Canyon, Utah, and its neighboring attractions – and no length of stay will exhaust its possibilities. By the time you have to depart, you’ll already be planning your next visit.