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Spent 2 days hiking here. The Fairyland Loop Trail was fabulous hiking among the hoodoos. The dry heat and elevation make it somewhat challenging, so bring plenty of water and snacks. The views are definitely worth it!
Beautiful, colorful rock formations unlike anywhere else in the world. Plenty of overlooks. Take time to stop at each as the view is different. The park draws a large number of visitors, so parking at the overlooks can sometimes be difficult. A tip, take the...More
This was my 3rd trip to BRYCE CANYON NATIONAL PARK & my most significant one! September is a great month to visit due to cooler weather & less number of people visiting/walking within the Park & it's trails! Free refillable bottle water stations is available...More
The overlooks at Bryce Canyon show amazing formations called hoodoos. This is the largest collection of hoodoos in the world. Their geology is interesting, but it is amazing just to view all the shapes and colors. There are a number of overlooks for viewing the...More
Well coordinated shuttle service was very welcoming. Visitor center staff very knowledgeable and food at the lodge excellent. But most importantly....the views and experience of the Carmel highway are beyond words.
The pictures can tell you what to expect, but they really can't capture the experience of seeing it. You can get the highlights in a few hours, especially if you choose not to hike (but, you should at least do the Navajo loop if you're...More
Not a tourist destination, not a lot of people around, yet mostly coming from Europe, hey guys, get to know your own country, this is one of the most impressive National parks; Nature or the hand of God had done such a beauty over millions...More
The main park shuttles will take you only as far back as Bryce point (which is less than 1/2 the park), and really doesn't include a "tour". But you can reserve a free tour that will take you all the way out to Rainbow Point,...More
If you have only one day in Bryce, definitely hike the rim trail. From Fairyland to Brice Point is 5.5 miles but there are shorter options. Their shuttle routes are great for this. We took the shuttle to Bryce Point, walked around and then shuttled...More
Bryce Canyon National Park is beautiful and the visitor access is well-organized. Parking is ample and the shuttles run frequently. Rangers are always glad to help. Gift shop prices were very reasonable. The most "user-friendly" park we visited of the 12 parks we went to...More
Can’t comment on the weather but can about the trails. You can make them as strenuous or easy as you want based on which you pick. We did queens loop and peak a boo trail. Peak a boo was long and could be difficult at times... More
Can’t comment on the weather but can about the trails. You can make them as strenuous or easy as you want based on which you pick. We did queens loop and peak a boo trail. Peak a boo was long and could be difficult at times but my 6 and 8 year old did it without issue. Pack lot a of water and snacks. Have fun!
It should be no problem. We drove from Texas and followed much of old Route 66 from Albuquerque to LA. Taking a train to the Grand Canyon and stayed one Night at the Canyon before we got to LA. We returned though the Death... More
It should be no problem. We drove from Texas and followed much of old Route 66 from Albuquerque to LA. Taking a train to the Grand Canyon and stayed one Night at the Canyon before we got to LA. We returned though the Death Valley to Las Vegas to Cedar Breaks National Monument. We drove on HWy 12 and hit the edge of Bryce Canyon but did not enter the park. We had been to Bryce and Zion before so we didn't go to those parks. We drove Highways though the Grand Staircase–Escalante National Monument. We finally picked up old Route 66 in west of Las Vegas NM and followed it to the Mid Point Cafe in Adrian, TX. and turned south going to our home in the Rio Grande Valley in far South Texas We did this in about 14 days. We saw the Painted Desert, Petrified Forest, and London Bridge at Lake Havasu City among many other things in Arizona and California. This was over 5,000 miles so I believe you should be able to do this. You May not be able to stay as long as you want in some places, but I think you will find it worthwhile.