It’s that time of year when those who love winter, get the best of Bryce Canyon.With elevations that range from 8,000 to 9,000 feet on the Paunsaugunt plateau, snow is an expectation in winter months at Bryce Canyon. With that in mind many shy away from visiting the park during this time of year, but that is one of the key reasons why visiting Bryce Canyon in winter is so spectacular.
We’ve highlighted this before, but here’s one of Utah’s largest and best news organizations highlighting five reasons to visit Bryce Canyon in Winter. LINK Just in case the above link get’s changed we have provided a PDF version of this story – press on this next link. FiveReasons-BryceCanyonWinter2013
This story points out that the snow on the formations at Bryce Canyon makes it even more beautiful, and then highlights other
Bryce Canyon Country as you gather with friends and family this holiday season we wanted to remind you that the 29th annual Bryce Canyon Winter Festival is just 10 weeks away, and will be held President’s Day weekend on February 15, 16, and 17, 2014. Plan to join us for a weekend of fun and challenging events.
Ruby’s Inn is the long-time host of the Bryce Canyon Winter Festival and
Winter visitors to Bryce Canyon Country can take full advantage of Utah’s “Greatest Snow on Earth.” From Panguitch Lake to Boulder Mountain, winter in Bryce Canyon Country gives new meaning to “hit the trails,” with hundreds of miles of groomed and ungroomed trails for cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing, plus dozens of snow-covered alpine lakes for ice fishing.