Anytime is a good time to be in Bryce Canyon Country, but winter holds special treats for those who venture here. As the temperature drops, so do the crowds. At this elevation, the chill in the air only accents the vastness of the blue sky. A serenity you can’t quite capture elsewhere seems to rest over the canyons, cliffs and mountaintops. The people who live and work in Bryce Canyon Country know a thing or two about where to go
Outdoor enthusiasts from all over the world take time to experience Bryce Canyon National Park. Bryce Canyon has many activities that can give visitors a new view of the area no matter the season.
Popular activities that travelers participate in while visiting include hiking, biking, horseback riding, canyoneering and ATV riding. Below are summaries on each activity that can guide even the greatest outdoor enthusiast on a new adventure.
Hiking in Bryce Canyon Country is limitless. Hikes of varying lengths, difficulties and
Don’t count fall out if you are planning a trip to Bryce Canyon Country. Fall is a great time to take advantage of the end-of-season rates and experience the trails with fewer day-trippers. Approximately 60 percent of Bryce Canyon visitors come to the park in the warmer, summer months. During autumn, you can enjoy the stunning, natural beauty of the park with cooler weather.
Don’t count fall out if you are planning a trip to Bryce Canyon Country. Fall is a
Bryce Canyon National Park and its surrounding areas are so beautiful and unique that movie producers can’t stay away. Throughout history, this hoodoo-filled area has been a movie hot spot. Here are six films in which Bryce Canyon has been the scenic backdrop.
“The Deadwood Coach” (1924)
“The Deadwood Coach” was Hollywood’s first production in Utah. It was filmed in Cedar City, Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon National Park. An article written by Dan Clark, cinematographer, in the October 1924 AmCin
The city of Panguitch is surrounded by national parks, state parks, national monuments and national forests, which make the city a great place to stop on the way to some outdoor adventure. The hidden gems that people don’t know about are the many things to do right in the Panguitch area. Panguitch is not only a bouncing point, but a place to see and enjoy as well. Below are five activities in Panguitch that will get you excited to to
Bryce Canyon Country trails are more enjoyable when the comforting sounds of a trotting horse accompany you along the way. Horseback riding is one of the awesome perks of traveling to Bryce Canyon Country. The area has many horseback riding outfitters ready to size you up for a saddle and take you on an unforgettable ride. Where are the best places for you and your new hairy friend to explore? Check out four great places below:
After a stressful day at work, your dog greets you with a joyful bark and an ecstatic wagging tail. Your dog easily forgives you and never holds a grudge. For these and many other reasons, you naturally want to take your bundle of fur on all your adventures. This can be difficult when most national parks do not allow pets on unpaved and backcountry trails. To help you be able to take your dog on all your escapades,
Experience the wind rustling through your hair, the fresh smells penetrating your soul and the amazing sights not diminished by a glass window. ATV riding is one of the most enjoyable ways to truly experience Bryce Canyon Country. The area is overflowing with breathtaking trails that go through diverse sceneries so your eyes will never grow bored. Many visitors use the town of Panguitch as a home base for their ATV adventures since it is close to many
What is one of the best perks of visiting and passing through small towns? Food of course! Garfield County, Utah is FULL of delicious restaurants and yummy tastes. Below, we have included some top places to eat in Garfield County; so on your next road trip, you will have some appetizing ideas on where to eat.
Hell’s Backbone Grill & Farm
The chef-owners at Hell’s Backbone Grill & Farm follow Buddhist principles, with a
Visiting Bryce Canyon during the summer months is fun; however, there is nothing like experiencing a Bryce Canyon winter. The world seems to change under the blanket of sparkling, white snow. Not only does the winter decrease the number of visitors, but it also provides many adventures that may not be available during the summer months. These activities range from snowshoeing to cross-country skiing to ice fishing and beyond.
Although the snow brings new activities, hiking through the areas found in