Public Lands Alliance Awards Vapur for Environmental Efforts

March 30th, 2016 – News Release Public Lands Alliance Awards Vapur for Environmental Efforts Oxnard, Calif. (March 30, 2016) – Vapur®, manufacturer of the flexible, reusable Anti-Bottle®, has been awarded the coveted Public Lands Alliance Corporate Stewardship Award for their work on the Bryce Canyon National Park Hydration Program. Vapur was one of two corporations […]

Annual Utah Prairie Dog Day

Bryce Canyon National Park’s 8th Annual Utah Prairie Dog Day will occur during National Park Week, April, 2017 . Park Rangers will visit area schools to engage students about this keystone species, along with other important wildlife connections. Utah prairie dogs are considered a “keystone species” that perform a variety of important ecological functions including […]

Bryce Canyon Annual Astronomy Festival

STARS, PLANETS & THE MILKY WAY Join us for our 17th Annual Astronomy Festival with Bryce Canyon’s Astronomy Rangers and the Salt Lake Astronomical Society. (Keynote speaker to be determined) DAY 1: 10:00am-3:00pm (open house) SOLAR ASTRONOMY @ Bryce Canyon Visitor Center 10:00am-2:00pm (assembly) and 11:00am-3:00pm (launch) MODEL ROCKET BUILDING & LAUNCHING workshop @ Bryce […]

Top Day Hikes in Bryce Canyon

Navajo Loop Trail Although a short trail, the Navajo Loop passes through a sampling of some of the best of the Bryce Amphitheater. There’s a towering hoodoo (Thor’s Hammer), natural bridges, and a passageway (Wall Street) with walls so sheer and tall that in places only a small sliver of the sky can be seen […]

Top Short Hikes in Bryce Canyon

Queen’s Garden The easiest trail into, and more importantly out of, the canyon, the Queen’s garden Trail is not a loop.  The trail ends at rest benches near the formation know as Queen Victoria in an area of the Bryce Amphitheater called the Queen’s Garden; The way out is back up the same trail used for […]

Refill Stations Are Here!

BOTTLES SAVED FROM LANDFILLS: 186,215. Bryce Canyon National Park launched its Hydration Program in 2014 to encourage proper hydration by park visitors and to reduce the environmental impact created by single-use water bottles. Park visitors are encouraged to carry and drink enough water to prevent heat related illness in Bryce’s hot and arid summer environment. […]