Bryce Canyon Sunset

Elevations in Bryce Canyon Country

Bryce Canyon Country ranges in elevation from around 4,500 feet to 11,000 feet. This high-altitude region offers a scenic escape from southern Utah’s scorching heat with pleasant, dry summers, and a gorgeous snow-capped playground in winter. Bryce Canyon Country’s communities sit at fairly high…

Cottonwood Canyon Road

A drive through Cottonwood Canyon is a great way to get up close and personal with Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument’s rugged landscape. Cottonwood Canyon Road winds through Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument for 47 miles, starting near Cannonville at the intersection of Scenic…

Horseback Riding - Bryce Canyon Country

Horseback riding in Bryce Canyon Country is a great way to see some of southern Utah’s most spectacular scenery. A variety of equestrian trails skirt in and around sections of several national parks, forests, and monuments. From horseback rides among the hoodoos in Bryce Canyon National Park to…

Cannonville, Utah - Gateway to Grand Staircase

Utah's Kodachrome Basin State Park near Bryce Canyon National Park Just a few miles southeast of Tropic on Scenic Byway 12, Cannonville sits amid breathtaking scenery. Together with Tropic and Henrieville, Cannonville is part of the scenic Bryce Valley. The three ranching communities lie along…

Kodachrome Basin State Park

This is a lesser know, even secret, place to experience the scenic wonders of this region. Kodachrome Basin State Park is an ideal place to relax, hike, mountain bike, enjoy a picnic, camp, horseback ride, shoot photographs or even paint a picture. Kodachrome Basin was named by the National…

Grand Staircase - Adventure Waiting To Happen

Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument From Escalante in the north to Glen Canyon National Recreation Area in the south, and from Bryce Canyon National Park on its western edge to Capitol Reef National Park on the east, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument offers a diverse landscape rich…

Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument

Where does the Grand Staircase name come from? The Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument is a rather long name, but this national monument certainly warrants your attention. The monument is most often referred to, by locals, simply as “The Staircase". The name comes from the land formations…

Happy New Year from Bryce Canyon

Today mark's the beginning of another exciting year of travel in the Bryce Canyon Country region. We encourage you to plan a multiple day experience in this are so you can capture the true beauty and spirit of America's most spectacular scenic destination. People are coming to realize that there is…