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Bryce Canyon National Park

Bryce Canyon National Park, UT
+1 435-834-5322
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“sunset point” (313 reviews)
“rock formations” (218 reviews)
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
Bryce Canyon National Park, UT
+1 435-834-5322
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

While Bryce Canyon is one of the smaller national parks, the scenery is just so unique and spectacular. The hoodoos are amazing. Do not miss Wall Street and the Queen's Garden trails. Also, seeing the sunrise and sunset are real treats. Go to Bryce Point...More

Thank Sheri L
Reviewed yesterday

Absolutely loved Bryce. It is great to take a day looking at each overlook. Recommend doing the Navajo loop. Gives you a wonderful look at seeing the hoodoos from below. I also recommend doing the horse back riding down into the canyon. One of our...More

Thank VillaBuer
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

In my bucket list. A must do.America at its best. Wear comfortable shoes. Sunblock and bring a poncho just in case

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Reviewed yesterday

There is no way you can tell about this place in words, or pictures. If you ever have a chance, you must go. It is one of the most spectacular national parks we have been in.

Thank JhmKbm50063
Reviewed 2 days ago

Worth a detour from any itinerary. An other-worldly sight with few parallels. If only we had had more time to stay longer and walk some trails.

Thank PBCinEngland
Reviewed 2 days ago

We travelled all of the southwest parks this Spring and everyone agreed that the view of the amphitheater was the single most spectacular view! The Grand Canyon is spectacular in grandeur and size but the colors, shapes, textures, and forms in Bryce Canyon are exquisite...More

Thank lentz316
Reviewed 2 days ago

Okay. Everybody has heard of Bryce Canyon. And that is part of the problem. There were tourists everywhere and I mean everywhere. Even though we got there at like 6:30 in the morning nearly all the parking spots were already taken. Another thing that's important...More

1  Thank YourCardShark
Reviewed 3 days ago

Much like Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon will take your breath away when you first come upon it, for different reasons. Weird, red-orange canyons that taper off into frosting castles from some giant cake. And when you hike down, you get close to the rocks and...More

1  Thank 33searcher
Reviewed 3 days ago

Do not pass this place up. Beautiful photo ops, roadside picnics. Well worth the fee. If you are in an RV you cannot access most places to park so leave the RV at the gate and take the shuttle in.

Thank Jonathan W
Reviewed 3 days ago

I know it's hard to say that this is nicer than Grand Canyon but I truly believe it to be the case. The colours, shapes, closeness, it's truly breathtaking. No words or photos really show how spectacular it is.

1  Thank mollyham4
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Bryce Canyon Lodge
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Stone Hearth Grille
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Barbara R
19 August 2017|
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Response from fay m | Reviewed this property |
If anyone in your group likes to see the canyon but doesn't want to hike (remember you have to hike back up about a 1000 feet from the bottom), booking a two-hour horseback riding tour through the Bryce Canyon Lodge is... More
29 July 2017|
Response from jap727 | Reviewed this property |
Anywhere along the path/area between Sunrise and Sunset Points...amazing views....and close to the bathrooms at the visitor area...convenient. If you have time, stay for sunset.