Bryce Canyon, Bryce Canyon National Park
About Bryce Canyon, Bryce Canyon National Park
Bryce Canyon, Bryce Canyon National Park - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah
Ticket Price: 30 USD
Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
Timings: 08:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
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The area popularly by itself is known as Bryce Canyon National Park. This Canyon is the most beautiful spot is basically the main Canyon after which the Park is named. There are various points accompanying it and this place also offers you camping trips and opportunities to take various hikes. Across the place you will find chances and ways to take various trails and you must definitely once in your life experience the kind of beauty this place has to offer you!
Bryce Canyon Information
- Bryce Canyon National Park is located at a relatively high elevation of 8,000 to 9,000 feet, meaning that it is much cooler than at Utah’s other national parks such as Zion, Canyonlands, and Arches.
- Summer daytime temperatures are comfortable. On the other hand, spring and fall will have cool nights.
- Winter is the chilliest time of the year with the greatest chance of snow.
- No matter what time of year you plan to visit, it’s better to bring warm clothes along with you!
Bryce Canyon Ticket Prices
7-day entrance passes to Bryce Canyon National Park cost 30 USD for vehicles.
15 USD per person for motorcyclists, bicyclists, and pedestrians.
The fee includes unlimited use of the free shuttle bus that runs from late May through early October.
The following are the fee free days but still contact the authority once before visiting on these days.
- Martin Luther King Jr Day - January 19
- Presidents Day Weekend - February 14-16
- First Weekend of National Park Week - April 18-19
- National Park Service's 99th Birthday - August 25
- National Public Lands Day - September 26
- Veteran's Day - November 11
Bryce Canyon Opening and Closing Hours
- The Bryce Canyon National Park visitor center is open daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. during the summer tourist season (May through September).
- The visitor Center and fee booths are closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
- From November to March, the visitor center closes at 4:30 p.m. It’s not open on Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day.
How To reach Bryce Canyon by Public Transport
- You have to catch a shuttle from wherever you are planning to visit.
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Bryce Canyon, Bryce Canyon National Park Reviews - Write a Review
Stayed at the North Campground. RV sites were mixed, some great ones, others not. We appreciated that there was a sink with warm water for cleaning dishes. The bathrooms were clean and well lit. Flushing toilets. The showers were a little less to be desired. Small cramped. Dark. $3 for 8 minutes. General store has some essentials and souvenirs. Prices were average. There are some other stores and campgrounds outside the park. A few restaurants too. The park was clean and the roads and parking lots were well kept. Great experience.
A bucket list place to go for sure. Incredible colors in these rock formations and hiking about them is fantastic. If you're a sea level dweller that plans on hiking here, prepare yourself for the elevation. Hiking back up out of the canyon at 8,000+ ft can be a slow (but awesome!!!) proposition. Can't wait to go back!!!!
What can I say other than "superlative" scenery. Viewpoints offer stunning vistas and walks along the rim are awe inspiring. Highly recommend the gift shop in the lodge as they had high quality items at fair prices. Ride the shuttle if you can as parking lots are small but be aware that the shuttle does NOT go to a number of high quality viewpoints so drive to those first then pick up the shuttle for the others.
Bryce Canyon is one of the most remarkable and memorable sights I have ever seen in my life, and the only way to truly experience this park is to visit. There are plenty of photos on the internet, but none of them do the park justice. To see the hoodoos, one should start heading towards the lodge, either via the park shuttle or by parking in the parking lot. If you are not interested in hiking, the views from the overlooks alone are spectacular. I chose to do the Navajo Loop and Queen's Garden Trail hike, and it was one of my favorite hikes of all time. At only $30/car to visit, this is a sight that should not be missed.
BEAUTIFUL PARK! Loved Queens Garden Trail! Worth the whole hike, such a unique trail something I have never seen. Definitely recommend.
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