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Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah

unique & unusual in utah

Bryce Canyon is famous for its unique geology, consisting of various artistic rock formations that nature has carved into the eastern edge of the Paunsaugunt Plateau.
The erosional force of frost-wedging and rain pressure have shaped the colourful limestone rocks into their incredible, unique shapes, as slot canyons, horseshoes, windows, and spires called Hoodoos fill the National Park.

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Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah

Intricately formed rocks, moulded over thousands of years create a landscape that will have you thinking you’ve left planet earth!

How was Bryce Canyon formed?

Like nothing you’ve ever seen before, filled with hoodoos, Bryce Canyon is a mind-blowing landscape formed over thousands of years by the wonders of mother nature and erosion.

How far is Bryce Canyon from Las Vegas?

You will find Bryce Canyon around four hours away from Las Vegas, 264 miles.

What to do at Bryce Canyon?

Open all year long, Bryce Canyon National Park has loads of recreational activities each season, the most popular being hiking. You just can’t beat walking through the Hoodoos and balancing rocks under the beaming sun!

Can you drive around Bryce Canyon?

Most of Bryce Canyon is best seen by car and to drive through the park would take only three hours. There is an entrance fee of $35 per vehicle to enter Bryce National Park.

How long to spend in Bryce Canyon?

This is one National Park that you can explore in just a day. If you have more than one day here, that’s great, hike away. For those passing through on your American Road Trip, we would advise arriving early to beat any crowds and visiting the visitors centre. There are a few short hikes which will lead to some awesome vista points. Inspiration point is an amphitheatre shape and from here you can witness the hoodoos.

When is the best time of year to visit Bryce Canyon National Park?

In the winter months, the hoodoos get a slight sprinkling of snow which is quite magical to see. During the summer months, the park tends to stay cool due to its high elevation. Spring and autumn are good times to visit as there are smaller crowds visiting the park. 

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