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Bryce Canyon National Park

Bryce Canyon National Park is the twelfth most visited national park in the BR country. It is the perfect adventure for family and friends from all walks of life. There are easy paths to stroll, as well as some moderate and strenuous trails. There truly is something for everyone to do and to see here, all while enjoying the spectacular views of nature.
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About the Park

Bryce Canyon National Park is open 24 hours a day, special holidays may vary. Each season has something different to offer when it comes to visiting Bryce Canyon National Park. Entrance fees are $20 per person and $35 per private vehicle. Shuttle services are provided to all guests. There are passes that can be purchased that are valid for a 12 month use. Pets are permitted on paved trails only and are required to be on a leash.

There is a general store available for guests and there is a "grab and go" for guests to get a variety of hot or cold food and drinks. The lodge at Bryce Canyon has a dining room that is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The lodge is closed during the winter season (November through March).
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Be sure to stop by the Visitor Center when you arrive to assure your experience is the best it can be! Hiking directions, weather forecast, schedules, and booklets are provided at the Visitor Center.

There are many activities that you can do while visiting Bryce Canyon. You can take a wrangler-guided horseback ride for a 2-4 hour trip into the amphitheater. It is $65-$90 per person, depending on the length of the horse ride.

There are also opportunities during the winter season to snowshoe or cross-country ski the plateau top. By registering at the Visitor Center Help Desk, you can also camp overnight. 


My family visited in March on our tour of all five national parks in Utah. Bryce did not disappoint. We arrived around noon and were able to do a variety of hikes and viewing around the park over 7 hours. We could probably have done the park in two days but we were fine with one.

I highly recommend going to the back of the parks 18 mile road and working your way towards the front. By the end of the day, we barely had any traffic but at noon when we arrived, the front parking lots were full.

Our favorite hike was the Navajo/Queens loop. You really get to see the amazing hoodoos up close. The hike has some elevation and steep switchbacks, but it's so worth it. There are also a lot of lookout points while driving, take advantage of them all.
Jason Homey, Trip Advisor