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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Best National Parks in Winter

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Fodor’s just published an article rating some of the best national parks to visit during the winter.   Guess who made the list.  That’s right – Bryce Canyon National Park.  So bring your own gear, or rent some snowshoes or cross country skis and enjoy the quiet serenity of Bryce Canyon in winter.

Winter at Bryce Canyon National Park

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