- CANYON 2 CANYON Bike Ride Please join Bryce Canyon City and the Bryce Canyon Natural History Association in the first annual Canyon 2 Canyon Bike Ride.
- Despite government shutdown, local officials work together to keep Bryce Canyon open ST. GEORGE — While lawmakers in the nation’s capital bicker from afar over the particulars of budget legislation, in Garfield County, businesses and local officials are working to mitigate the fallout of the resulting government shutdown.
- A Parallel Universe: Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah
Article by Stephanie Payne, Media Pro – U.S. National Parks and NASA Human spaceflight, Photos by Jonathan Irish
Like many of America’s national parks, Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah has many cool pockets to explore. Nothing compares, though, to the feeling you get when standing before the hoodoos that make up the Bryce Amphitheater.
Bryce Canyon is home ...
- National Park Service Announces Fee-Free Days for 2018 BRYCE, UT –
The National Park Service invites the public to experience all national parks, including Bryce Canyon National Park, without entrance fees, on four days in 2018.
The 2018 entrance fee-free days are:
• January 15: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
• April 21: First Day of National Park Week
• September 22: National Public Lands Day
• November 11: ...
- Bryce Canyon National Park Annual Geology Festival GeoFest 2018 – Bryce Canyon’s Geology Festival (GeoFest) is scheduled for Friday, July 14 and Saturday, July 15, 2018.
- Railroads and Southern Utah’s National Parks Long before vacationers rode Union Pacific trains to Sun Valley, visitors to America’s scenic wonders had discovered the convenience of trains for destination travel. From the very earliest days of train travel, railroads marketed America’s scenic beauty as reason enough to take a trip.
When Teddy Roosevelt and John Muir began leading a movement to permanently ...
- Bryce Canyon National Park Annual Astronomy Festival Join us for our 18th Annual Astronomy Festival (June 21 – 24, 2018) with Bryce Canyon’s Astronomy Rangers and local Astronomical Societies.
- At Bryce Canyon, a touch of Zeusian majesty in a world of Seussian whimsy
By Michael J. Bailey GLOBE STAFF DECEMBER 09, 2016
One in a series of occasional stories marking the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service.
BRYCE CANYON NATIONAL PARK — Tall, slender tufted trees squeeze through dark slips of canyons toward the light. Human features turn rocks into surrealistic statues. Boisterous colors abound and surround.
It’s as if ...
- BRYCE CANYON NATIONAL PARK – NAVAJO LOOP & QUEEN’S GARDEN Navajo Loop & Queen’s Garden Trail, Bryce Canyon National Park
This trail combo is a great one to start first thing in the morning. Get some great sunrise photography at Sunrise Point. Then do two easy, scenic loops before the crowds start showing up by the busload. See some of the best of Bryce Canyon
Trailhead: Sunset ...
- BRYCE CANYON NATIONAL PARK – PEEKABOO LOOP TRAIL Peekaboo Loop Trail, Bryce Canyon National Park
The Peekaboo Loop trail is one of the more difficult day hikes in Bryce Canyon, but if you have the time it is most definitely worth taking the trip deep down into Bryce Amphitheater. You’ll walk under the Wall of Windows, through some tunnels, and past some arches, with ...