Spring is in full bloom but with four real seasons, Bryce Canyon Country is a playground for fun all year long. From the shores of Lake Powell to the peaks of Boulder Mountain, there are unforgettable adventures at every altitude—and with elevations ranging from 4,000 to 11,000 feet, a short drive
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.
When the leaves start to fall, who can resist driving around to admire nature’s beautiful seasonal shift? The perfect way to view the gorgeous colors of autumn is a sight-seeing drive that will take you past breath-taking vistas and fascinating historical sites.
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
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