Red Rocks, Pink Cliffs, and Endless Vistas

Hoodoos (irregular columns of rock) exist on every continent, but here is the largest concentration found anywhere on Earth. Situated along a high plateau at the top of the Grand Staircase, the park's high elevations include numerous life communities, fantastic dark skies, and geological wonders that defy description. Read More

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Celebrating a Century of Wonder

Join us for a year of celebration as Bryce Canyon turns 100 years old!

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Current Conditions

Know what to expect during your visit to Bryce Canyon.

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Plan Your Visit

A good place to start for trip planning information.

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Ride the Free Shuttle

Avoid crowded parking lots by riding the free shuttle.

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Hiking in Bryce Canyon

Looking to hike in Bryce Canyon? Start here.

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Everything you need to know about camping in Bryce Canyon.

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Junior Ranger Program

Become a Junior Ranger!

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Ranger Programs

Attend a ranger program during your visit.

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All Employee Reunion

Evening programs featuring stories from former concessions staff, NPS staff, and volunteers plus an opportunity to share your story!

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Other Upcoming Events

Check the calendar for other upcoming events during your visit.

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Learn more about wildlife in the park.

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Learn how the hoodoos were formed.

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Night Skies

Bryce Canyon has some of the darkest skies in the country.

Last updated: August 14, 2023

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Contact Info

Mailing Address:

P.O Box 640201
Bryce, UT 84764


435 834-5322
Phones are answered and messages returned as soon as possible as staffing allows.

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