Bryce Canyon National Park

Bryce Canyon

Famous for its weird and wonderful hoodoos—bulbous rock pillars—this southwestern Utah park also offers hiking, horseback riding, camping, and some of the country’s darkest skies for stargazing. Drive the park’s scenic road for access to a dozen stunning overlooks.

Where to Stay Near Bryce

Sheep Creek Connecting Trail in Bryce Canyon's Swamp Canyon. Photo by Elisabeth Kwak

5 Dayhikes Among Hoodoos and Pine in Bryce Canyon

The overlooks are just the beginning. Venture deeper into Bryce Canyon on one of these excellent day trips for even more spectacular views. Read More...

Boat Mountain and hoodoos from Sunrise Point in Bryce Canyon

7 Top Views in Bryce Canyon National Park

Hoodoos, arches, and fins galore. See Bryce Canyon National Park’s best views and rock formations from these favorite scenic overlooks. Read More...

Bryce Canyon National Park in Winter

Bryce Canyon Winter Photo Gallery

When the snow does comes to Bryce Canyon, it speckles the hoodoos and canyons and creates another dimension in the mosaic of red rock and green pine. Read More...

Natural Bridge in Bryce Canyon National Park

Natural Rock Arches in Bryce Canyon

Bryce is more known for its hoodoo rock formations than for arches. However there are a dozen arches here, including Bryce Natural Bridge Read More...

Bryce Canyon National Park Official Map

Official Bryce Canyon National Park Map PDF

A very specific and useful map of Bryce Canyon National Park showing roads and entrances. Read More...

Utah Route 12

Scenic Utah Byway 12 from Bryce Canyon to Capitol Reef

Car and Driver rated it among ten most scenic highways, Forbes as one of America’s best snowy drives, and Backpacker magazine as a favorite Wild Road. Read More...

A glowing closeup of hoodoos in Bryce Canyon National Park

What are Hoodoos?

The word “hoodoo” means to bewitch, which is what Bryce Canyon’s rock formations surely do. Read More...