Bryce Canyon Sunset

A Photographer’s Guide to Bryce Canyon Country

If there’s one thing you don’t want to forget when visiting Bryce Canyon Country, it’s a camera. Whether you’re a professional, hobbyist or ameauter photographer, Bryce Canyon Country is a breathtaking model. Drive Scenic Byway 12, “the most scenic drive in America” according to “Car and Driver…

Utah Slot Canyons: Peek-a-boo and Spooky Gulch

The Escalante River and some of its tributaries wind through the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument, creating a maze of intricate canyons, perfect for exploring. While many of the Escalante River slot canyons are accessible from Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and the southern tip of…

Unique ways to snowshoe in Bryce Canyon Country

Picture this: you wake up one morning to beautiful red hoodoos covered in a blanket of freshly-fallen snow. Your family has lots of energy and is ready to explore. Hiking would lead to many slips and frozen toes. Snowshoeing sounds like the perfect activity! Bryce Canyon National Park is a wonderful…

Canyon Country: Bryce’s Forests, Falls and Features

Walk among towering hoodoos in silence. Located in Dixie National Forest, feel the uniquely different textures of pine and pastel sandstone. Crawl through hidden ATV and biking trails in solace, and wish upon stars in the silence of night. The warmth; likely exaggerated by my excitement and the sun…

How to Visit Bryce Canyon Country with your Dog

Man’s best friend enjoys an active vacation almost as much as people. Riding with the windows down, feeling their ears flapping in the wind, investigating new smells at the rest stops and meeting other happy tails on the trails. As humans, we know that traveling with pet dogs can make things a…

The Best for Your Bucket List in Bryce Canyon Country

When going on a road trip to Bryce Canyon Country, it helps to have the best of the best in your itinerary. If the residents love the business, you’ll love it too! Not to mention, you’ll get to experience life as a local in Garfield County, Utah while seeing unique scenic vistas like Bryce Canyon…

A 3-step Guide to Kodachrome Basin State Park

Did you know that only 20 miles southeast of Bryce Canyon National Park is Kodachrome Basin State Park? Known for its roaring red rock formations and magnificent skyscraper sand pipes, this park is considered a picture-perfect desert landscape. Originally named Chimney Rock State Park in 1962, the…

The Faces of Bryce Canyon Country, a Series - Part 3

Welcome to part three of our Faces of Bryce Canyon Country Series! We have loved getting to know those who make this area a fantastic place to visit, live and explore. Read through this month’s featured guests to find out their favorite restaurants, hikes and unique places you didn’t even know…

Things to Do in Escalante, Utah: A Historic Guide

Step back in time to the Cretaceous period when dinosaurs roamed the area designated as the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) first national monument — Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. This is just one segment in the history of Escalante, Utah that occurred millions of years ago as the…

The Faces of Bryce Canyon Country, a Series Part 2

This month we’re back with another post about the residents of Bryce Canyon Country. With a county that offers incredible scenery and hundreds of activities, there’s definitely some amazing people that contribute to making sure you have a wonderful visit. To get to know this beautiful area of Utah…