New attractions in Bryce Canyon Country bring visitors even more recreational adventure!
1. New multi-use regional pathway
Visitors to Bryce Canyon National Park will soon be able to walk, ride, or even cross-country ski their way into the park. The new, multi-use path connects nearly two-dozen miles of bike and walking paths stretching from Bryce Canyon to Red Canyon on Scenic Byway 12.
While the grand opening of the pathway is still being organized, community leaders in Bryce Canyon City have indicated that the pathway will be groomed this winter to provide access for cross-country skiers and snowshoers.
2. More trail access and new rentals
Check out the new service being offered by High Adventure Rentals! In addition to their one-of-a-kind Jeep and ATV rentals, visitors now have unique access to two acclaimed wilderness areas.
High Adventure now provides Jeep shuttles from the campground at Escalante Petrified Forest that takes tourists to unmatched scenic views around Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.
This two-for-one experience also includes Indian heritage and dinosaur track destination sites.
- Safe, reliable and fun transportation
- Jeep and ATV rentals for full and half-day adventures
- Access to remote areas where passenger and motor homes are typically unable to travel
- Over 3,000 miles of ATV and hiking trails
- Campsite and motel pickup and drop-off
For more information, visit https://www.www.brycecanyoncountry.com/things-to-do/area-activities/atv-ohv-riding/
3. New rentals
Escalante Boards and Boats now provides stand-up paddleboard and kayak rentals at the beautiful Wide Hollow Reservoir in Bryce Canyon Country. Choose from one-hour, half-day, and full-day rentals of stand-up paddleboards, angler kayaks, and a canoe. Come experience why SUPing has become such a popular sport!