Fall Colors – Bryce Canyon Country

Hillsides turn multiple colors in the fall season in Utah's Bryce Canyon region.

Fall is an ideal time to visit Bryce Canyon Country, when colorful foliage and cooler temperatures beckon and the summer crowds dwindle. Autumn’s brilliant reds, oranges, and golds typically peak around mid-October at Bryce Canyon Country’s lower elevations, which are still upwards of 4,000 feet. Fall colors tend to peak earlier at higher elevations like Panguitch Lake and Boulder Mountain, usually around mid-September to

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Bryce Canyon Region Photography

If there’s one thing you don’t want to forget when visiting Bryce Canyon Country, it’s a camera. Photos are the best souvenirs to take home from this scenically diverse region. Driving Scenic Byway 12, called “the most scenic drive in America” by Car and Driver magazine, leads to some of the most visually stunning areas in Utah. From Bryce Canyon National Park’s distinct hoodoos, Boulder Mountain’s alpine lakes, and Escalante’s slickrock canyons to Panguitch’s historic pioneer homes and Grand Staircase

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Seasons – Bryce Canyon

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Just as the shifting light and shadows bring something different to Bryce Canyon National Park throughout the course of the day, each season also offers a chance to see Bryce Canyon in a new light. Bryce Canyon National Park is open year-round, and with four distinct and beautiful seasons you’ll be amazed no matter what time of year you choose to visit.

Summer: Bryce Canyon National Park draws nearly two million annual visitors with the majority showing up during the peak

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Cedar Breaks National Monument

Cedar Breaks National Monument on Scenic Byway 143

Several communities in Bryce Canyon Country offer close access to Cedar Breaks National Monument. From the town of Panguitch this attraction is just a 45-minute drive along Scenic Byway 143. This route will take you past Panguitch Lake, through forests of pine and ponderosa pines and past expansive fields of lava.

Cedar Breaks National Monument is a smaller version of Bryce Canyon, and

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Bryce Canyon Wildlife Viewing

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Bring your binoculars and your camera to view wildlife in Bryce Canyon National Park.

Raven at Bryce Canyon National Park

The elevations in this Utah National Park range from approximately 7,000 feet to 9,000 feet.   Bryce Canyon is home to many types of birds and animals (large and small).   The most common large birds to be seen in the Bryce Canyon region will be ravens, hawks, eagles, peregrine falcons and occasionally even a California Condor.  Along the rims

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