A forest of stone

There is no place like Bryce Canyon. Hoodoos (odd-shaped pillars of rock left standing from the forces of erosion) can be found on every continent, but here is the largest collection of hoodoos in the world! Descriptions fail. Photographs do not do it justice. Bring your sense of wonder and imagination when visiting Bryce Canyon National Park. Read More

A graphic of a shuttle bus, shuttle station, and popular viewpoints

Park Once, See it All

Explore the most popular areas of Bryce Canyon with ease on the park shuttle.

A woman leans against a tree, looking over snow capped hoodoos

Plan Your Visit

Save time for contemplation and adventure by planning your visit now.

Photo of the Bryce Amphitheater at sunset

Full Moon Hikes

As the sun sets, a full moon rises and rangers interpret the park after dark.

Photographed by Brian B. Roanhorse 1 June, 2016

Coyote's Blanket of Stars

The Milky Way galaxy taken during the first night of Bryce Canyon's Astronomy Festival at the telescope site.

 View from the Rim trail coming from the North Campground Amphitheater.

Plateau From The Rim

View from the Rim trail coming from the North Campground Amphitheater.

Photo by B. Roanhorse NPS Jan 21, 2016

Emerging Vista As The Sun Rises

The rim trail can give you a quick look into the Bryce Amphitheater.

Photograph by Brian B. Roanhorse, taken on June 18, 2015

Water fall at Mossy Cave Trail at sunset

Water fall at Mossy Cave Trail before sunset at Bryce Canyon.

Photograph by Brian B. Roanhorse, taken on May 6, 2015

Manzanitas on the Rim Trail

Manzanitas on the Rim Trail at Bryce Canyon.

Last updated: April 11, 2018

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

P.O Box 640201
Bryce, UT 84764

Phone:

(435) 834-5322

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