5 Favorite Bryce Canyon Spots

February 3, 2016

Categories: Bryce Canyon

Bryce Canyon National Park is full of so many fun things to do, it might be hard to know where to begin. There are many favorite destinations like Grand Staircase, Byway 12, Ancestral Puebloan villages, slot canyons and all of the shopping centers available, but there’s a lot about Bryce Canyon that you might not know about.

Are you looking for other activities that might not be as busy with tourists? We asked some followers what their favorite spots were that

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Weird things you never knew about Bryce Canyon National Park: Part 2

January 29, 2016

Categories: Bryce Canyon

Bryce Canyon National Park is home to the world’s largest collection of hoodoos

Hoodoos—tall and thin rock spires of multiple colors and varying thickness— are formed by two weathering processes working together to erode the edges of a plateau. Here in Bryce Canyon, these unique-looking geological features have been formed primarily through a process called frost wedging, which acts in a similar way to how pot holes in the road are formed. Each winter, the snow thaws and melts around the

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Weird things you never knew about Bryce Canyon National Park: Part 1

January 8, 2016

Categories: Bryce Canyon Winter

Winter is actually one of the best times to visit the park

Wintertime at Bryce Canyon National Park is one of the best times to see this natural wonder. The white snow juxtaposed against the crimson earth make the scenery even more stunning in the winter. Wintertime visitors witness firsthand the eroding forces that created the thousands of hoodoos. Also, the crisp winter air allows the human eye to see for miles. Framed by intense blue skies and bold red rocks,

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Winter Adventures in Bryce Canyon National Park

December 3, 2015

Categories: Bryce Canyon

Bryce Canyon National Park is especially stunning this time of year. Fun, unique activities with lower costs and fewer crowds make the park a prime winter destination.

Below is a list of four of the best ways to enjoy wintertime at Bryce Canyon.

1. Snowmobiling

Thrillseekers will love gliding over numerous groomed and ungroomed trails around gorgeous sites and fantastic views this winter season. More than 20 miles of trails run through Dixie National Forest and lead to scenic plateaus

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New Adventures in Bryce Canyon Country

November 20, 2015

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New attractions in Bryce Canyon Country bring visitors even more recreational adventure!

1. New multi-use regional pathway

Visitors to Bryce Canyon National Park will soon be able to walk, ride, or even cross-country ski their way into the park. The new, multi-use path connects nearly two-dozen miles of bike and walking paths stretching from Bryce Canyon to Red Canyon on Scenic Byway 12.

While the grand opening of the pathway is still being organized, community leaders in Bryce Canyon City have indicated that the pathway will be groomed

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New Restaurants in Bryce Canyon Country

October 20, 2015

Categories: Bryce Restaurants

Foodies visiting Bryce Canyon Country will love trying these new, delectable restaurants! Unique, local eateries will complete experience for visitors.

1. TANDOORI TAQUERIA

Looking for a satisfying meal after a long day of exploring Bryce Canyon Country? Experience a meal as unique as your adventure!

The Tandoori Taqueria is surprising local residents and world travelers with a blend of Indian delicacies—served traditionally over rice, or in a taco made from Naan oven-baked bread. The owners are locals of Panguitch, Utah, and have a passion

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Top 10 Adventures

July 13, 2015

Categories: Bryce Canyon Canyoneering Cycling Hiking Photography

Welcome to Utah’s Bryce Canyon Country! At Bryce Canyon Country, July is a time for getting out and exploring the great outdoors. Bryce Canyon is a place for adventure year round—so get ready for some fun with these top 10 activities.

10. Canyoneering

These brilliant red rocks are meant to be explored with canyoneering—the process of hiking, rappelling and rock scrambling. It will be one of the most unique and intriguing experiences of your life!

9. Go Fishing

Discover trout fishing at its best

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Top 10 Scenic Attractions

June 11, 2015

Categories: Bryce Canyon Hiking

Biking through Red Canyon

Visit the top 10 most scenic places at Utah’s Bryce Canyon Country!

To help you plan the experience of a lifetime, here are the top 10 destinations to experience while visiting this red-rock wonderland.

10. Mossy Cave
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Take the family on a hike through pink cliffs and refreshing water to see this hidden cavern.

9. Panguitch Lake
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Get the fishing pole out and enjoy some of the best fishing and largest rainbow trout in the West.

Casting a fishing line at Panguitch

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The Forces Behind Mother Nature

May 21, 2015

Categories: Bryce Canyon Hiking National Parks Slot Canyons Utah National Parks

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Discover the Elements that Reshape the Red-Rock Formations Every Year

Did You Know?

Did you know that Bryce Canyon is actually not a canyon at all? Despite the name, Bryce Canyon National Park is an accumulation of towering hoodoo rock formations that create natural amphitheaters. The heart of Bryce Canyon contains the largest population of hoodoos in the world with up-close views of the red rock spires.

Hoodoos are formed when wind, frost and running water create gaps within small cracks and slits

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Lace Up the Hiking Boots

May 11, 2015

Categories: Activities Hiking National Parks Red Canyon Utah National Parks

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Bryce Canyon Country is home to some of the most unique rock formations in the United States. The best way to view this red-rock country is to take your time exploring the trails and hikes that reveal the past and present workings of mother nature.

Popular Hikes

Rim Trail: This easy-going trail hike takes visitors on a 4.7-mile trail through some of the most acclaimed scenic views of Bryce Canyon National Park. Hikers will be guided through the scenic landscapes of Sunset

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