Transportation

Bryce Canyon Country is expansive, covering many towns, cities, national monuments, national parks, state parks and a national forest. With so much to see and do it’s important to consider how you will be traveling from one area to the next. 

Airports

While Utah has a few small airports, the two main hubs for flying are the Salt Lake International Airport or McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas. Both airports are roughly four hours away. From Salt Lake International Airport, travelers can fly into Cedar City (CDC) Airport a couple of times throughout the day. The St. George Utah (SGU) Regional Airport is also available to fly into from Salt Lake City (SLC), Los Angeles (LAX), Phoenix (PHX), and Denver (DEN).

Look into flying through the Bryce Canyon Airport. It has charter flights connecting to the Grand Canyon, Phoenix, Arizona and Las Vegas, Nevada. The Bryce Canyon Airport offers beautiful ariel tours of Bryce Canyon and other natural wonders. 

Shuttles

During late spring to early fall, Bryce Canyon National Park offers a shuttle service. The service only focuses on Bryce Canyon, but can be accessed from multiple locations.

Car

For access to everything Bryce Canyon Country offers, driving a car is the best option. It’s the perfect opportunity to road trip in your own vehicle. There is limited public transportation available within Bryce Canyon Country, however, there are multiple locations to find rental cars. The above-mentioned airlines also offer rental car services. Driving a car opens up the world of traveling on some of the most scenic byways in America, like Scenic Byway 12. It also allows you to experience the wonders of Bryce Canyon Country at your own pace.

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