Bryce Canyon National Park is a beautiful and unique place to visit. It has red rocks, pink cliffs as well as endless vistas. Although Hoodoos and irregular columns of rock are on every continent, Bryce Canyon has the largest concentration of them on the Earth. The park sits along a high plateau on the top of the Grand Staircase.
There are viewpoints all along the park's 18-mile main road. They travel from the park's only entrance along the plateau to the highest elevation.
While you are at Bryce Canyon explore the various trials that they offer. There are easy, moderate, and strenuous trails that help to accommodate those that want a more advanced hike or for those that want a nice walk. Some of these trails are steep and do require hiking boots, and lots of water.
Along with some great daytime hikes, there are also some astrology hikes and full moon hikes. These only happen once in a while so make sure that you sign up for it sooner rather than later.
Guests can also enjoy trail rides by guided horses and mule rides. Visit in Spring, Summer, and Fall. Trail Rides wranglers lead 2 hours and 4-hour horse and mule rides. The park is a must-see while you are in Tropic Utah.
To get into the National park, it costs $35 per vehicle and lasts you a whole week (each vehicle pass admits up to 15 people). Once you have purchased that pass you are able to get into the park for 7 days and have access to trails, lookout points, gift stores, etc. You can also purchase a year pass which costs you $40 a vehicle and does not expire for that whole year. Bryce Canyon National Park also allows commercial tours. Depending on the number of people in your group, the pass ranges anywhere from $30 minimum with 1-6 people in your group to $150 maximum with 26+ people in your group.
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Bryce Canyon National Park
Bryce Canyon National Park beautiful overlooks. Hoodoos, which are irregular columns of rock exist on every continent. bu the largest concentration of them is the largest here. Website