June 11, 2015

Visit the top 10 most scenic places at Utah’s Bryce Canyon Country!

To help you plan the experience of a lifetime, here are the top 10 destinations to experience while visiting this red-rock wonderland.

10. Mossy Cave

Read More

Take the family on a hike through pink cliffs and refreshing water to see this hidden cavern.

9. Panguitch Lake

Read More

Get the fishing pole out and enjoy some of the best fishing and largest rainbow trout in the West.

Casting a fishing line at Panguitch Lake

Casting a fishing line at Panguitch Lake

8. Escalante Petrified Forest State Park

Read More

Get an up-close experience with thousands of pieces of petrified wood, calcified fossils and dinosaur bones.

7. Anasazi State Park Museum

Read More

This ancient Indian Village is full of artifacts of one of the largest Anasazi communities west of the Colorado River.

Anasazi State Park Museum

Anasazi State Park Museum

6. Red Canyon in the Dixie National Forest

Read More

This popular forest is home to breathtaking scenery and activities for the whole family, including hiking, cycling, horseback riding, and ATV riding.

Biking through Red Canyon

Biking through Red Canyon

5. Boulder Mountain Capitol Reef National Park

Read More

Discover this hidden geological treasure full of large, white sandstone domes and sheer cliffs–painted with every color in the rainbow. Utah’s Aquarius plateau is the highest timbered plateau in North America.

4. Kodachrome Basin State Park

Read More

Explore the tall chimney rocks and rugged desert landscape of the colorful Kodachrome Basin.

3. Scenic Byway 12

Read More

Take a road trip on this “All American Road”–and travel 124 miles of the most scenically diverse terrain in the United States.

Views from Scenic Byway 12

Views from Scenic Byway 12

2. Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument

Read More

Photographers love the striking beauty of the multi-colored plateaus at the Grand Staircase.

1. Bryce Canyon National Park

Read More

Imagine taking in a lifetime of scenery in just one place. That’s what it’s like standing over the giant, natural amphitheater full of towering red rock spires called hoodoos. The rock formations are a must-see at sunrise and sunset, when the canyon comes alive with color.

Taking in the red-rock landscape at Bryce Canyon National Park

Taking in the red-rock landscape at Bryce Canyon National Park

VIEW MORE PARKS & ATTRACTIONS

Read More




A guide for 10 must-see scenic attractions in Bryce Canyon Country. Visit scenic byways, state parks and national parks.

Categories: Bryce Canyon Hiking