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Full Breakdown of Bryce Canyon National Park (Prices, Trails, etc.)

Ah-Bryce Canyon, one of my favorite, if not favorite National Park that I have visited thus far (Probably an unpopular opinion)! This park truly makes you feel like you're on a different planet, especially the deeper down into the canyon you go. Surrounded by red rocks, vistas, and hoodoos, it is an experience like no other. This post will break down all that Bryce Canyon has to offer, hopefully to make your trip there easier!



Address: Bryce Canyon National Park, Bryce Canyon, UT 84764

Bryce Canyon is located in Southwest Utah.


Hours: Bryce Canyon National Park is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including holidays!





Weather: As with anywhere, the weather at Bryce Canyon is dependent on the time of year that you visit. I have only been to Bryce Canyon in the summer time, and have noticed that temperatures here are about 20 degrees colder than the surrounding areas in southwestern Utah. In my opinion, the summer time was an ideal time to visit, as it was a cool 65-70 degrees, which made for excellent hiking weather. Bryce does get much colder early in the morning, and at night, however, with temperatures dropping below freezing from the months of October - May. December - February offer the coldest, and snowiest months for the parks, however, snowfall is possible as late as April. As with other places around the area, afternoon thunderstorms are prevalent during the summer months, specifically July and August.


Entrance Fees:

  • Private Vehicle: $35.00 (Valid for 7 days)