Bryce Canyon National Park

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Bryce Canyon
  • Blake C.
    "Take the Navajo Loop hike, amazing views from the canyon floor"(9 Tips)
    Greg H.
    "Coming up the switchbacks on Queen's Garden-Navajo loop trail."(4 Tips)
    "amazing ever-changing views of the Hoodoos."(3 Tips)
    David J.
    "Bryce Point was my favorite spot to view the canyon"(3 Tips)
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  • jon a.
    jon accarrinoSeptember 27, 2015
    Take the horse tour. They have trails that you can't hike on foot. Also the Cowboys are funny and have lots of great trivia that regular staff won't tell you.
  • michelle
    michelleSeptember 14, 2014
    Loved being able to drive to each place we wanted to see while still being able to hike around. The Trail from Sunset to Bryce Point was moderately easy & amazing ever-changing views of the Hoodoos.
  • William C.
    William CapodannoJuly 10, 2015
    The first view at the Rim of the canyon is breathtaking. The Navajo loop is great and popular. Peekaboo Trail is strenuous but amazing --- watch out for horse dung
  • Martin G.
    Martin GilletOctober 13, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Sunset view point is blinded by tourists (bus tours Etc). If you want to enjoy peaceful scenic sunrise and/or sunset, go to Bryce view. Much more intimate ! Cold out there ! Get appropriate clothing !
  • Frederique N.
    Take a hike down from Sunset Point to Sunrise Point by doing half the Navajo Loop (Wall Street side) then go left to Queens Garden Trail. Much less elevation!!!
  • Jeremy C.
    Jeremy COctober 21, 2015
    Whether your thing is pictures, hiking or both, you can't go wrong with this stunning national park. Check out Inspiration Point for a quick, robust walk to 8,100 feet and 3 levels for photos.
  • Lars P.
    Lars PetersenMay 13, 2013
    Views here are amazing, so are the trails. Take care when it's too hot. Night sky program is great. Didn't do the horseback riding but is supposed to be really nice as well.
  • CNN
    CNNFebruary 19, 2015
    Bryce Canyon National Park knows how to celebrate winter, with a winter festival held over Presidents Day weekend in February and ranger-led snowshoe hikes from November through March. Read more
  • Maureen
    MaureenOctober 14, 2014
    One of the most beautiful places I've ever been- plan for more time than you think here, because you'll probably want to stay. I like it best when one end is cloudy and another is sunny- beautiful.
  • NASA
    NASADecember 7, 2010
    The night sky is so dark at Bryce Canyon that on a clear and moonless night you can see approximately 7,500 stars! Attend the night sky programs offered here that help you enjoy this beautiful sight. Read more
  • Em W.
    Em WilsonSeptember 16, 2014
    Certain tent campsites in loop C in North Campground are alongside the canyon ridge trail and can walk 30 seconds up to an absolutely incredible view.
  • Alexander O.
    Alexander OlcottMay 28, 2014
    Great national park. Make sure to take the Navajo/Queens Garden loop trail going clockwise (easier than counterclockwise), it has some great views.
  • Carlos A.
    Carlos AraujoAugust 17, 2016
    Great infra structure with shuttle and trails with different levels of difficulty. Very crowded in most famous trails, depending on time of the day.
  • Keith H.
    Keith HowellsMay 8, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    In May, watch out for students in the SUU Wilderness First Responder course. They do very realistic simulations, lots of blood.
  • Jon D.
    Jon DarveauSeptember 17, 2015
    Incredible breathtaking views. Do the Navajo Loop/Queens Garden combo loop for a great hike!
  • Dimitri S.
    Dimitri StucolovJuly 28, 2013
    If you are camping, best place to take a shower is at the general store outside the park. It is $5 but it is totally worth it!!
  • Greg H.
    Greg HaasAugust 21, 2013
    Coming up the switchbacks on Queen's Garden-Navajo loop trail. Great hike if you don't mind earning a little extra reward.
    USA TODAYNovember 22, 2010
    Descend into the canyon on horseback or mule with a cowboy guide among a sea of pink and red hoodoos, bizarre rock spires that have been eroded into peculiar formations. Read more
  • Martin G.
    Martin GilletOctober 13, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    To friendly smokers, this Park should be non smoking but meanwhile why don't you use hashtrays instead of dropping your cigaret butts everywhere ! Be respectful to Mother Nature.
  • Martin G.
    Martin GilletOctober 13, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Mother Nature Awesomeness ... If only the tourists (special mention to loud German & French onsite) could SHUT UP & enjoy the views. Gee !
  • Jesse H.
    Jesse HarrisOctober 9, 2015
    If you don't mind a little extra walking, catch the shuttle into the park and save yourself the driving.
  • Cindy H.
    Cindy HaleMarch 30, 2013
    Stay at the hotels in the park so close to the rim. The food in the restaurant is fabulous!
  • Blake C.
    Blake CurrallNovember 8, 2012
    Take the Navajo Loop hike, amazing views from the canyon floor
  • Vibeke P.
    Vibeke PoulsenNovember 29, 2016
    Such a beautiful national park, great hikes and amazing lookouts.
  • Tory D.
    Tory DeWolfeNovember 26, 2013
    The short walk up inspiration point is well worth it.
  • Noah A.
    Noah AdamsMay 25, 2016
    I love hoodoos. Beautiful park year round!
  • Josh W.
    Josh WardellDecember 20, 2016
    You must take one of the hikes down into the canyon to really experience Bryce.
  • Gavin C.
    Gavin CMay 17, 2013
    Free Wifi in the NPS visitors centre, not in the Hotels. Take your time and drink lots to avoid altitude sickness.
  • Steve M.
    Steve MarMarch 14, 2014
    Must try the Navajo queens gardens trail. Super worth it!
  • icelle
    icelleNovember 5, 2014
    Scenic views, hiking trails, photography opportunities, fresh air
  • TerraTopia
    TerraTopiaMay 19, 2011
    A truly otherworldly experience with nature. Photos can scarcely do the unique rock formations justice. Read more
  • Ernest
    ErnestOctober 20, 2010
    Beautiful park, unknown to many tourists. Great day trip from Vegas, but if you can stay longer, do it!
  • Danielle N.
    Danielle NeufeldMarch 31, 2012
    Best NP ever. Stamp your passport so you can prove you made it.
  • Lucy M.
    Lucy McQuilkenApril 17, 2013
    great place to go horseback riding into the canyon. Sunset and Sunrise are a big deal
  • Tom S.
    Tom SakellMarch 29, 2013
    It might look too far from ur car. Descend. Just hike it!
  • Joachim R.
    Joachim RischenAugust 28, 2015
    A "must see". Great colors, impressive rock formations.
  • Xavier H.
    Xavier HackingSeptember 12, 2014
    Make sure you do the Navajo loop trail; all the way down.
  • Kay T.
    Kay TkachuckMay 22, 2013
    Arrive early so you can find a flat spot to camp
  • Eric A.
    Eric AcevedoMarch 21, 2013
    Awesome...take the Navajo loop hike
  • Ece B.
    Ece BolatSeptember 7, 2016
    I am a big fan of south Utah parks - Bryce is beatiful - not as much as Zion though
  • Di N.
    Di NingDecember 31, 2015
    Amazing View even in winter!!
  • Weston S.
    Weston ShireyAugust 9, 2014
    Avoid the park fee and do the Fairy Landing hike it's amazing!
  • PureWow
    PureWowJune 6, 2016
    Fiery red rock + piercingly white snow = jaw-dropping view. Read more
  • Caroline D.
    Caroline DengAugust 27, 2015
    Make a stop by Inspiration Point for amazing views!
  • David R.
    David RobertsJuly 26, 2010
    Been here 5+ times
    Drive down to Rainbow and Yovimpa view points first. That way, all the points are on your right on the way back.
  • Jason F.
    Jason FontanaJune 14, 2015
    Bryce point has easily the best views.
  • Nicholas B.
    Nicholas BarileAugust 3, 2013
    Get up early and catch sunrise from the peekaboo loop....insane...mind blowing...stuff...
  • Sushant B.
    Sushant BhosaleNovember 11, 2015
    Amazing views! A must-do.
  • Jennifer R.
    Jennifer ReamAugust 11, 2012
    A lot of horrible driver, a majority with Cali plates, ravens will come right up to you
  • Anita D.
    Anita De iureApril 29, 2014
    Incredible place. Loved the hiking.
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