Bryce Canyon Sunset

Traveling To Bryce Canyon Country

Beautiful Bryce Canyon National Park is just the beginning of your Bryce Canyon Country adventure. With a national monument, national and state parks, alpine lakes and forests, charming towns and scenic backways, Bryce Canyon Country is more than a vacation—it's a destination. Now that you know how…

Scenic Highway 89 in Bryce Canyon Country

Scenic Highway 89 runs north-south for more than 500 miles, all the way through Utah from northern Arizona to the Idaho border. Traveling along Scenic Highway 89 is a great way to explore the region’s scenic wonders, giving access to Bryce Canyon Country’s red rock canyons and alpine forests, and…

The Hole In The Rock Expedition

In December of 1879 approximately 80 wagons, consisting of 250 men, women and children, gathered about 40 miles southeast of Escalante, Utah. They were prepared, with supplies, for a six week journey to establish a new community in southeastern Utah. Unfortunately the trek actually took six months…

Panguitch Valley Balloon Rally

For the past decade, the Panguitch Valley Balloon Rally has enticed and entertained visitors with a dazzling display of colorful hot air balloons. The four-day festival is held the last week of June, and features hot air balloon rides, tethered balloon rides, sky diving and parachute jumping demos…

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…

Bryce Canyon Airport

The Bryce Canyon Airport is located just four miles north of Bryce Canyon National Park, making it the perfect gateway access to all of scenic Bryce Canyon Country. The asphalt-paved, single-runway airport accommodates about 3,000 charter, private, and commercial flights each year. The airport is at…