Bryce Canyon National Park
Bryce Canyon National Park is a unique spectacular canyon located in Utah, USA. Visitors can find sustainable travel lodging options as well as a plethora of outdoor activities. The towering hoodoos, narrow fins, and natural bridges seem to deny all reason or explanation, leaving hikers gazing around with jaws agape in wondrous incredulity. This surreal landscape is what brings people from around the world to visit Bryce Canyon National Park. How are those Hoodoos and fins formed? It starts with rainwater seeping into cracks in the rock. The water freezes during Bryce’s cold nights, expands and breaks apart the rock. The deep, narrow walls called “fins” result from rain and snowmelt running down the slopes from Bryce’s rim. Eventually the fins form holes, and when the windows grow larger they collapse and create the bizarre hoodoos that we see today.
Hiking in Bryce Canyon National Park is the best way to immerse yourself in the amazing geography. Day hikes range from easy 1-mile loops to challenging 11-mile round-trip adventures. As you hike, be sure to check out the bristlecone pine trees for which Bryce is known. Bristlecone pines are the oldest trees in the world, even reaching 5,000-years-old in some places!
An overnight stay in one of Bryce Canyon National Park’s campgrounds is highly recommended to experience the early morning and late evening in Bryce, when the pink-orange sandstone goes through a dramatic transformation of light, shadow, and color. A view of Bryce under a full moon is also an experience you will never forget. And when the moon is dark, Bryce is one of the best places in the nation for stargazing because of its pristine air and lack of surrounding development.
- Interpretive walks
- Educational research
Reduce your carbon footprint by choosing to camp instead of stay in a hotel. Bryce Canyon National Park has two campgrounds, North and Sunset, located in close proximity to the visitor center, Bryce Canyon Lodge and the geologic wonder that is the Bryce Amphitheater. The North Campground is located in close proximity to the Visitor Center, Bryce Canyon Lodge and the geologic wonder that is the Bryce Amphitheater. The Campground is surrounded by Ponderosa Pine forest with equal amounts of shade and sun. The Sunset Campground is located in close proximity to the Bryce Canyon Lodge and the geologic wonder that is the Bryce Amphitheater. Open late spring through early fall, its sites usually fill by early afternoon. The campground is surrounded by Ponderosa Pine forest with equal amounts of shade and sun.
Stone Canyon Inn
Stay at the Stone Canyon Inn, a wonderful Hotel in Tropic Utah, and complete your lodging at Bryce Canyon with our Restaurant and its wonderful vistas from our spacious deck.
Our views of Bryce Canyon National Park are just breathtaking. Reserve your front row seat to some of nature’s greatest accomplishments. When you’re lodging at our Bryce Canyon Hotel, you will love exploring the surrounding area and relaxing each night while enjoying incredible views from any of our rental units.