Things To Do

Bryce Canyon is one of the most breathtaking, beautiful sites that southern Utah has to offer. Each year over 1 million people visit the Bryce Canyon National Park to take in the beauty and challenge themselves on hikes and other activities. With close to 36,000 acres to cover, there are endless possibilities for any adventure seeker to enjoy.

Bryce Canyon offers many activities for all ages. Hiking, camping and horseback riding are among the most popular within the area. Bryce Canyon National Park also provides many other activities like fishing, mountain biking, shooting ranges, and ATV trails. It’s fun for the whole family.

Not far from Bryce Canyon National Park is the beauty that is the Grand Staircase- Escalante National Monument. Some of the greatest views and beauty comes from the Grand Escalante area. With so much camping, hiking and biking activities, you are guaranteed a great time when you visit Grand Escalante.

Parks and Attractions

Among the many places and sites to see in southern Utah, the beauties of Bryce Canyon National Park and the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument are must-sees for nature fans. Amid these national treasures are many other beautiful sites and parks in the surrounding area for people of all ages to enjoy. With places Like Dixie National Forest, Hole in the Rock, Lake Powell and Red Canyon, there is almost too much to do. Make your trip today and see the beauties that southern Utah has to offer!

Visitor Centers & Brochures

Visitor Centers are one thing that we do especially well in Bryce Canyon Country. There are several...

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Anasazi State Park Museum, Utah

This ancient Indian village in the heart of Utah’s canyon country was one of the largest...

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Boulder Mountain

Boulder Mountain, also known as Utah’s Aquarius plateau, is part of the High Plateaus section...

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Capitol Reef National Park

Open all year, the rugged western landscape of Capitol Reef adds to the western adventure. Capitol...

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Dixie National Forest

There are three sections of the Dixie National Forest in the Bryce Canyon Country region (Garfield...

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Escalante Petrified Forest State Park

Hike past large specimens of petrified wood and dinosaur fossils at Escalante Petrified Forest....

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Ghost Towns / Widtsoe

The town of Widtsoe, Utah was first settled in the early 1900s by Jedediah Adair. He was successful...

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Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument

The Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument is a vast tract of land (1.7 million acres) that...

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Hole In The Rock

While the Hole in the Rock road is a dirt road, it is wide and quite well maintained and is passable...

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Kodachrome Basin State Park

Kodachrome Basin State Park is just a short drive from the picturesque communities of Tropic,...

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Lake Powell

Fish, boat, swim, hike at Lake Powell and the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. Bullfrog Marina...

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Panguitch Lake

Panguitch Lake is located just 20 minutes south of the town of Panguitch and, at 8,400 feet in...

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Red Canyon

Trails lead visitors past many of the hoodoos can be explored via short hikes, or visitors have the...

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Area Activities

Whether you come to the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument or Bryce Canyon National Park, there are plenty of activities. With stargazing, horseback riding, hiking, camping, ATV riding and many other activities, the possibilities are endless. Come visit Bryce Canyon and the Grand Staircase-Escalante today and start your adventure!

Astronomy

At night when the landscape is masked by darkness, visitors enjoy looking up toward the sky. Thus,...

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ATV/OHV Riding

Bryce Canyon Country in the Dixie National Forest and on public lands is spectacular, with trails...

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Camping

Opportunities for camping in Bryce Canyon Country are wide and varied. With elevations ranging from...

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Canyoneering / Slot Canyons

Thrill seekers come from around the country to Bryce Canyon’s Grand Staircase Escalante...

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Fishing

You will discover trout fishing at its best in our many mountain lakes, reservoirs, and streams with...

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Hiking

You’ll find that Bryce Canyon National Park is filled with endless miles of hiking trails,...

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Mountain Biking

You can ride through the nearby Red Canyon, which is under the management of the National Forest...

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Photography

Your camera is the first thing to include on your list when visiting Bryce Canyon Country. In this...

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Wildlife

Bryce Canyon and the surrounding canyons and forests are home to a diverse population of high desert...

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Winter Activities

The Bryce Canyon Winter Festival (usually hosted over President’s Day Weekend) provides an...

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Scenic Highways & Drives

The best scenic byway routes in Utah are in the Bryce Canyon and Grand Staircase-Escalante areas. There is nothing quite like the views and scenery that these beautiful byways have to offer. If you are looking for breathtaking views on a casual drive, give Utah’s Byway 12, Byway 143 and Scenic Highway 89 a try!

Burr Trail Road

The Burr Trail road is a scenic backway that spans 66-miles and winds through dramatic portions of...

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Scenic Byway 12

Spanning a route of more than 120 miles, Utah’s Byway 12 Scenic Byway travels through some of...

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Scenic Byway 143

Scenic Byway 143 follows a 55 mile course between Panguitch and Parowan, Utah, and connects...

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Scenic Highway 89

Scenic Highway 89 through Bryce Canyon Country is part of the Utah Heritage Highway 89. This road...

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Tours, Guides, & Rentals

 

Aerial Tours Over Bryce Canyon

Enjoy the epic scenery of Bryce Canyon from a bird’s eye view with chartered helicopter and...

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Astronomy Tours

The high desert air and lack of significant light pollution, make the Bryce Canyon region North...

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Biking Tours and Rentals

Bryce Canyon Country has a variety of biking rental vendors, whose options feature many unique...

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Hiking Guides

With flexible daylong or multiple-day hikes, these guided tours have something for everyone....

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Horseback Rides

Our specialized guides offer a variety of horseback riding options. Follow the legendary trails of...

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Hunting and Fishing Guides

Our outfitters at Bryce Canyon Country have handpicked the best scenic locations for hunting and...

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Kennels

PAWZ offers a safe and comfortable place for your pet when you have to be apart. All dog guests have...

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Off Road Tours and Rentals

Experience the stunning landscape of Bryce Canyon Country away from roads. Countless wilderness...

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Boat Rentals & Water Sport Rentals

Coast through Wide Hollow Reservoir or cruise across scenic Lake Powell with great rates on boat and...

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Rodeos & Western Activities

Take a trip back in time to the Wild West! Enjoy cowboy grub during a rodeo or experience work on a...

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