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Bryce Canyon National Park

Famous for its weird and wonderful hoodoos this southwestern Utah park offers hiking, horseback riding, and stargazing some of the country’s darkest skies.
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The view of the Amphitheater from Inspiration Point in Bryce Canyon National Park

The view of the Amphitheater from Inspiration Point in Bryce Canyon National Park

Location: Utah

Top 3 Things to Do at Bryce Canyon National Park

1. Drive the Park’s Scenic Road

See hoodoos, arches, and fins galore. See Bryce Canyon National Park’s best views and rock formations from a dozen of scenic overlooks including Sunrise and Sunset points.

2. Take a Scenic Helicopter Flight

The most popular flight goes over Rainbow Point, natural bridges, dramatic cliffs and waterfalls.

3. Walk Among Old Pines Trees

Take a peaceful stroll through a spruce-fir forest with expansive views over Bryce Canyon’s southern hoodoos. A 1-mile loop trail winds along the edge of the canyon rim and passes several bristlecone pine trees, identifiable by their gnarled shape and needles growing in packets of five. This slow-growing evergreen species is among the longest-living organism on earth.

Plan your vacation to Bryce Canyon today! 

www.myutahparks.com/parks/bryce-canyon-national-park

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