Bryce Canyon National Park awes visitors with spectacular geological formations and brilliant colors. The towering hoodoos, narrow fins, and natural bridges seem to deny all reason or explanation and they beg a closer look. Browse the options below or to learn more about some of the hikes in Bryce Canyon by exploring our family guide, adventure guide, and travel tips, a logistics page with all the information you need to begin planning your trip to Bryce Canyon National Park.
Park is Open 24-7
Visitor Center and Fee Booths are closed on Thanks Giving Day, Christmas Day and New Years Day.
Monday – Sunday: Open 24 Hours
Bryce Canyon is a small national park in southwestern Utah. Named after the Pioneer Ebenezer Bryce, Bryce Canyon became a national park in 1928. To help plan your visit to the world’s largest collection of fanciful rock pinnacles called “hoodoos”, use the links below.
The photos that are shown above are a few examples of the wonderful scenery in Bryce Canyon National Park. More images can also be found on the park’s Group Flickr site but be aware of different License Type.