Wondering what the weather might be like for your visit to Bryce Canyon?
A current forecast for our area is provided by the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration.
The Utah Department of Transportation recently installed cameras on Utah Highway 12 where you can see current conditions. The first of these is 12 miles/19 km west of the park at Red Canyon, the second is north of Bryce Canyon City near the park boundary. Access these cameras via the UDOT CommuterLink website. On the map locate Bryce Canyon and look for the camera icons on UT-12. A label will pop-up when your cursor is rolled over each icon: the Red Canyon camera is labeled "SR-12 Mile Marker 7", the Bryce Canyon City camera is labeled "SR-12 Mile Marker 14." Click on the camera icon to view the image. These cameras are especially helpful when planning a winter visit to the park.
Grand Staircase Escalante Road Conditions can be accessed here, or by calling one of the BLM Visitor Centers or offices:
Historical climate information for Bryce Canyon, and the entire Colorado Plateau is informative for comparing past weather trends. This information is provided by the Northern Colorado Plateau Network of the National Park Service.
Fire Outlook - Information about fire restrictions and summer outlook are available from the following links.
Did You Know?
USS Bryce Canyon (AD-36) was named after the park. Commissioned 15 September 1950 at Charleston SC,(22 years after the park was established, to the day), Decommissioned 30 June 1981. A plaque, with a Flag and Ensign last flown over the ship are on display in the Headquarters building. More...