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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
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Arizona Desert Helicopter Tour Including Tower Butte Landing
"Land atop the magnificent butte and disembark to enjoy stunning views in every direction. Learn about Navajo history and culture from your pilot and take photos of the surrounding landscape during your 20-minute stop. From your vantage point high above t see Antelope Canyon Lake Powell Glen Canyon Recreation Area and the intricately layered rock formations of the Grand Staircase. Your short but scenic small-group tour ends with your return helicopter ride to Page Arizona.""""Delight in remarkable views of Antelope Canyon
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"Airplane Tour of Rainbow Bridge
"Airplane Tour of Rainbow Bridge Lake Powell and Glen Canyon Dam""Board your comfortable fixed-wing airplane at Page Municipal Airport in Arizona. Enjoy unobstructed views through oversized windows as you fly over Arizona and Utah's rich and varied landscape and listen to narration about the sights you see. Marvel at lovely Rainbow B a sprawling reservoir on the Arizona-Utah border created by the Glen Canyon Dam. Take your share of photos on your 35-minute flight before touching down at the airport in Page Arizona."""
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More What to Pack in Bryce Canyon National Park

pack some warm stuff too

Unless you plan on doing the Under-the-Rim Trail or Riggs Loop, you won't need a backpack. A simple day pack will do to carry some extra clothes, snacks, and plenty of water. Good hiking boots are...
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richiecdisc
Jun 24, 2009

Must Haves for your trip

We went in June, and I still needed a light sweater for the cool mornings. Hiking shoes are a MUST! I love tennis shoes, and I didn't bring any of them. I bought us Merrell hiking shoes and 5-10...
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agapotravel
Jun 23, 2008

Hike it!

Hiking Shoes of course! And layers of clothing. It can get quite cold at night, and it's toasty in the middle of the day with the sun beating on you. You might want to consider bringing a hat along,...
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kazander
May 30, 2007

Winter packing

Prepare for cold. November is not supposed to be that cold, but temperatures dropped below zero (that's fahrenheit). Bring layers, fleece, hats, gloves, everything you have. The picture below is a...
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goingsolo
Dec 16, 2004

Elevation,elevation,elevation!!

I was here in late May and there was still snow visible on the north facing slopes and in the shade. A sweatshirt or light jacket is a must.Sturdy hiking boots with good ankle support. Lots of loose...
CoAir13
Feb 23, 2004

Travel light!

* Map and guidebook;* Crackers;* 2 Liter of water;* Fruit / power bars. * Hiking boots;* 1 extra t-shirt;* Shorts with many pockets;* Sunglasses;* Fleece type jacket;* Hat / cap;* Raincoat. * Lip...
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Jerelis
Dec 22, 2003
 
 
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Keep your camera loaded

A tripod is useful for sunrise and sunset shots. Panoramic views are nice, but zoom in close for some spectacular shots of the hoodoos. Some of the formations when illuminated by soft light can...
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dinhyen
Apr 29, 2003

Packing List

Good hiking shoes if going on the trails. If hiking in winter make sure you have something with good traction. It can be cool anytime of year here as it is at a high elevation. Bring something warm...
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worldtrekker
Aug 25, 2002

Packing List

If you liked this page CHECK OUT MY SPRINGDALE UTAH PAGE for ZION NATIONAL PARK and the Virgen River. The VIRGIN RIVER has cut deep gorges in the sandstone making 1,200 foot canyon walls as it...
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Michael_D
Aug 24, 2002

Packing List

backpack with padded shoulder straps comfy hiking boots if you intend to hike one of the trails, hat and shades. Sunscreen, plenty of water, snack. Plenty of film in your camera, you won't be able to...
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buzzz
Aug 24, 2002

Packing List

Of course, as with all your travels, you must remember to bring your photo gear! A polarizing filter is especially important here.
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acemj
Sep 12, 2002

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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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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blueskyjohn

"Bryce Canyon National Park"
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