Your Guide to Attractions and Activities on Utah's Scenic Byways

Bryce Canyon National Park

Bryce Canyon is actually not a canyon, but a series of amphitheaters that are etched into the pink Claron limestone of the Paunsaugunt Plateau. Many of the multicolor hoodoos, pinnacles, buttresses and columns are visible from the 37-mile round-trip scenic drive through the park, which offers numerous viewpoints, photographic opportunities and access to hiking trails.

Bryce Canyon offers more than 50 miles of hiking trails, including routes that wind around hoodoos and majestic pines, offering a close-up perspective on some of the park’s remarkable natural artistry. In the winter, the park offers abundant solitude, as well as opportunities for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.

Related Links:
Bryce Canyon Area Guide
Bryce Canyon National Park

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