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Zion National Park Flight and Ground Tour
"Your journey to Zion National Park starts with a birds-eye view of the beautiful Utah scenery as you head to your destination. Once you land you will meet your private tour guide at the St. George airport. The total excursion time lasts approximately 5.5 hours but the round-trip flight time is 1.5 hours. On your 4-hour ground adventure you will have the opportunity to enter the beautiful canyon with towering red and white sandstone cliffs stop at the Human History Museum for a view of the West Temple formation and head up the canyon via shuttle and visit Temple of Sinewava Weeping Rock
From $700.00
 
Yellow Rock Tour Grand Staircase
"The slot canyons and rock formations of southern Utah comprise some of the most challenging and demanding terrain in North America. Painted rocks jut out of a broken landscape of ancient riverbeds sheer cliffs and bald sandstone domes of varying shades of red orange and yellow. Scrub brush and desert plants cling to life across dry rock plateaus while lush cottonwoods provide shade from the sun along rare creeks and streams.  Much of the landscape was once part of an ancient sea floor millions of ye and while the imposing terrain appears nearly inaccessible at first it provides rare opportunities to capture scenes of aching beauty and unique vistas for those willing to brave the steep slopes of the ancient rock formations.  Your hike up one of these formations the Yellow Rock
From $249.00
 
Colorado River Float Trip from Flagstaff
"This full day adventure trip begins with a drive up scenic Oak Creek Canyon to tall pine forests around Flagstaff. You’ll marvel at the San Francisco Peaks Arizona’s highest mountains on the way to the vast Navajo Indian Reservation. Then travel along the Echo Cliffs to the town of Page and scenic Lake Powell. Here you’ll journey through a 2-mile long tunnel through the walls of Glen Canyon to the base of massive Glen Canyon Dam.Join your informative river guides as you board large inflatable rafts specifically designed for your smooth water float trip on t000 feet above. Wind around Horseshoe Bend where the river takes a full meander in its course to Lee’s Ferry. Along the way you’ll stop to explore ancient Native American petroglyphs and enjoy a delicious lunch on the banks of the river.Later the rafts dock at historic Lee’s Ferry
From $272.00

Most Viewed General in Bryce Canyon National Park

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The Queens Garden

Located on the side trail to the Queen's Garden is a specific hoodoo that some believe resembles Queen Victoria. It is only the top section of this hoodoo and the park service has installed signage at...
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Showers

Bryce is the first national park where I've seen showers. They are located behind the General Store at Sunrise Point and very close to the North Campground. The shower is coin operated and only cost...
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Accessibility

The path between Sunrise and Sunset Points, many viewpoints, park buildings, and restrooms are handicapped accessible. Accessibility gets more important as I get older and several people close to me...
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Basaic
Aug 07, 2015

What is a Hoodoo?

There are two main definitions for Hoodoo. One is "to cast a spell" and the other is "a pillar of rock, usually of a fantastic shape, left by erosion". You could say both apply here because these...
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Basaic
Feb 07, 2012

Special Eco Sysytems are Fragile

The park, like many others has unique features that display the evolution of time on the landscape. These are of some I thought were more interesting. Moqui balls are formed by sand blowing/rolling...
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BruceDunning
Oct 28, 2009

little room for elves & snowballs

Thirteen years later, I was happy to be driving around the southwest once again and this time with my wife when Bryce came up on the horizon. I had mixed feelings about the place but one doesn't...
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richiecdisc
Jun 27, 2009
 
 
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I just had to find one

It's amazing the difference a well-placed thrown snowball can make. I had stood in this very spot a little over a year prior looking up at the same red rock formation but it was then capped with snow...
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richiecdisc
Jun 24, 2009

(8) It’s also Bridges and Arches time !

…. but now it's 3 a.m. in Central Europe - I am too tired now to write more on explaining how bridges and arches have been formed over the years.For more information on Geology of Bryce Canyon –...
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Trekki
Apr 13, 2009

Check Bryce Canyon Website !!!!

Although we all here in VT do our best to describe our experiences and give tips on the different locations to go, sometimes it's also good to check official websites of places.Ok - sometimes it's not...
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Trekki
Apr 13, 2009

How Bryce stone formations are carved out...

My favourite rock formations are in Bryce Canyon.Although it is called Bryce Canyon, the structures you see are not “real canyons” and not carved by flowing water. Instead, water forms the structures...
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jumpingnorman
Mar 15, 2009

Bryce Canyon - An overview

My favorite thing about Bryce Canyon would have to be the hoodoos. They are so unusual, and everywhere you turn in the park, there they are. My fondest memory is overcoming my fear and being able to...
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agapotravel
Jun 23, 2008

Entrance Fees

Back on our September trip to Wyoming, we purchased a now discontinued National Parks Pass. Parks passes are honored for 1 year from the date that you buy one. (So that's how we got into all 5 of...
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kazander
May 08, 2007

Old Postcards

The old postcards of Bryce Canyon are as much a work of art as they are pictures of the canyon. While the details may have changed, much of the canyon still has the awe and wonder that it did when it...
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Toughluck
Apr 13, 2007

The Queen - Also gone since the 80's

There was a formation in the Queens Garden called Queen Victoria. It slowly 'melted' in the winters cold and wet, losing that appearance. Attached is a picture of the formation before it disappeared....
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Toughluck
Jan 25, 2007

Top Hotels in Bryce Canyon National Park

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Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah, 84717, United States
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30 North 100 East, Utah, 84764, United States
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Highway 63, Bryce Canyon, UT, 84764, United States
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13500 E Hwy 12, 84764
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1280 S State Highway 63, 84764
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320 N. Utah 12, P.O. Box 141, Tropic, Utah, United States
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Top Things to Do in Bryce Canyon National Park

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Sunrise Point

Sunrise Point is about one mile along the canyon rim from Sunset Point. This also is a very popular viewpoint along the rim. It is very close to a picnic area that has bathrooms and water for...
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Inspiration Point

This is one of the 'wow' spots for an expansive panorama of the amphitheater and “Silent City.” The overlook has three separate viewpoints for different perspectives, and only the lower is surfaced....
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Sunset Point

Sunset Point is at 8000 feet above sea level and over looks Bryce Canyon with wonderful views of the hoodoos below. You can get to the point by park shuttle or drive and hope to find a parking spot....
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Queens Garden Trail

(2016) I definitely wanted to take some time to do at least one trail this time that went down into the amphitheater. There are a couple of good choices, but we landed on the Queens Garden Trail. ...
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Wall Street

Wall Street is one of the more popular features in Bryce Canyon National Park. This is found along the Navajo Loop Trail. The hoodoos form a slot through the canyon. The walls of the slot appear to...
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Mossy Cave

Mossy Cave is at the end of the Mossy Cave Trail, so aptly named. This is an overhanging cliff grotto that has a spring that seeps water all year long. I didn't find it that interesting to see. There...
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Top 5 Bryce Canyon National Park Writers

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goingsolo

"Land of Hoodoos and Queens"
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Trekki

"Bryce Canyon – magic encounters with artist Earth"
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richiecdisc

"Don't Think Thrice, Bryce is All Right!"
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BruceDunning

"Hoodoo's-NOt Boo Hoo's"
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goodfish

"Bryce Canyon: Topographic Ocean"
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