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Bryce Canyon National Park Recieves Top Rating Award

Bryce Canyon National Park Recieves Top Rating Award By NICK HERRMANN • APR 26, 2016 For a record-breaking 18th year in a row, The Michelin Guide has awarded Bryce Canyon a 3-star ranking. The Michelin Guide, a European Guidebook which gives awards to locations around the globe, awarded Bryce Canyon National Park 3 stars, making […]

Enjoy Zion and Bryce, don’t fear the crowds

Enjoy Zion and Bryce, don’t fear the crowds  Jud Burkett, jburkett@thespectrum.com 4:02 p.m. MDT April 28, 2016 It’s been all over the news: Record breaking crowds are converging on the national parks in Utah. This year, with all the hype surrounding the 100th birthday of the National Park Service, you would expect the crowds to be even bigger, […]

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 […]