Bryce Canyon Fall Vacation Planning in 5 steps

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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

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Five Popular Movies Shot in Bryce Canyon National Park

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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

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Five Dog-Friendly Hikes in Bryce Canyon Country

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,

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Say ‘No’ to Crowds: 5 Reasons to Visit Bryce Canyon Country in the Winter

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

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5 Must See Locations in Bryce Canyon Country

Winter is finally here, and with the holiday festivities usually comes stress and panic. What better way to escape the hectic drama than to give the gift of amazing memories in Bryce Canyon Country this season? With Bryce Canyon’s “Day Trips for Days,” families and friends can take a break from the holiday craze for a quick day trip to some of Utah’s natural wonders and make memories for a lifetime.

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Bryce Canyon Country Rural Towns Photo Gallery

Come and visit the rural towns of Bryce Canyon Country

Escape the fast food chains and generic hotels and discover unique sights and smells that will tickle your taste buds and enliven your senses. Small town folk make your stay true to the phrase, “home away from home.” Rural towns are abundant in Bryce Canyon Country and each has its own story and history. On your next drive to Bryce Canyon National Park, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument or any

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School is Here: You Can Still Do Day Trips for Days

On Facebook and Instagram, you see your friends going on adventurous trips. You wish you could also participate in such activities, but with school in session again, you feel you can’t. However, by taking day trips, you CAN! Even though school happens Monday through Friday, Saturdays are open for many memorable one day excursions in Garfield County, Utah.

What is a day trip? According to Google, it’s a journey or excursion completed in one day. Day

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Want to Experience Bryce Canyon’s Winter Beauty? What You Need to Know About Snowshoeing and Hiking in the Snow

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After a big snowfall, the safest way to hike is with snowshoes. Take advantage of this opportunity and venture out on these winter devices to get a first-hand look at the ponderosa pines and looming hoodoos of Bryce Canyon. Snowshoeing provides a distinctive view of the unique crystallized landscape. Snowshoeing makes it possible to travel through deep powdery snow that is not otherwise possible with normal hiking shoes.Bryce Canyon offers a Snowshoe Program designed for beginner snowshoers but enjoyed by

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5 Summer Adventures in Garfield County

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Discover the Ticaboo Adventure Center

Ticaboo is offering a series of new guided hikes, tours and other excursions out of the new Adventure Center from the Ticaboo Resort. Follow the footsteps of a local legend while exploring Ticaboo Canyon on the Cass Hite Sojourn. Travelers now have the chance to take part in the Sojourn which started taking tours in early June.

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Camp in Dixie National Forest

With numerous camping sites throughout Dixie National Forest, you are sure to find the perfect spot.

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The Most Scenic Utah Drives are in Garfield County

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The most beautiful and breathtaking scenic drives in Utah wind their way through picturesque Garfield County. You won’t find anything quite like the vistas and scenery these beautiful byways have to offer.

Scenic Byway 12— Utah’s All-American Road

Utah’s picturesque Scenic Byway 12 was rated among the top 10 scenic byways in America by Car and Driver Magazine. This unique route winds through slick rock canyons, red rock cliffs, pine forests, alpine mountains, a number of national and state parks and quaint rural towns.

You’ll

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