Bryce Canyon National Park
Bryce Canyon National Park
Bryce Canyon National Park

Bryce Canyon National Park Tours and Tickets

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Bryce Canyon National Park showcases the red rock canyons and rugged horizon-stretching vistas that make Utah famous. With a variety of otherworldly geological formations, Bryce Canyon is an active traveler's playground, crammed full of pinnacles, steeples, spires, and hoodoos, which are thin eroded rock formations that reveal sedimentary layers of red, orange, and white.

  • Daily year–round
  • Utah, 84764

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Naomi_S, Sep 2023
Can't wait to go back!
This was a wonderful, fun, scenery filled tour. We are planning on going back in the future, and extending our stay to include more time in this park. The bus was nice and clean, the driver was superb, and the guide was very knowledgeable. We had a perfect day!
Sally_B, Nov 2023
Bryce Canyon was awesome - my favorite
Bryce Canyon , Zion National Park. Awesome trip. Well worth the long day. Jimmy Vegas was very entertaining as well as informative. “Fake it til you make it” 😆.
Oleksandra_S, Nov 2023
The tour was amazing and...
The tour was amazing and our guide and driver Anthony was wonderful. Very nice experience, good communication, nice guide , everything was on time and without rush. Highly recommend this tour and company .
Margaret_S, Nov 2023
Utah National Parks are amazing!
Appreciate the many stops to take photos and explore. Fiona was very attentive and kept us informed all along the way. Love Viator - so convenient and easy to use.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q:What are Bryce Canyon National Park hours of operation?
Bryce Canyon National Park hours of operation: Daily year–round. Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
People Also Ask
Q:How many days do you need in Bryce Canyon National Park?
A:To fully appreciate the beauty and diversity of Bryce Canyon, it is recommended to dedicate at least two days to exploring. While you could take a scenic drive through the park in one day, allowing for a bit more time means you can take a few hikes and watch the sunrise.
Q:What's the best month to visit Bryce Canyon?
A:The month of October is an ideal time to visit Bryce Canyon. The fall colors are at their peak and create a vivid display, while the temperatures are cooler at around 62°F (17°C)—perfect for hiking. By avoiding the busy summer months, you'll also experience quieter trails.
Q:Does Bryce Canyon have tours?
A:Yes, there are tours available in Bryce Canyon to take you on an adventure for just a couple of hours, a full day, or longer. On a guided tour—by Jeep, on horseback, or on foot—you'll learn about the area's geology and wildlife.
Q:Do I need a reservation to drive through Bryce Canyon National Park?
A:No. To enter and drive around Bryce Canyon National Park, you do not need a reservation or permit, but you will need to pay an entry fee. To stay in the park's lodgings or campgrounds, it's recommended to reserve in advance. (This is especially important in the peak holiday months.)
Q:Do you need bear spray in Bryce Canyon?
A:No, it is not necessary to carry bear spray in Bryce Canyon. The park is not home to grizzly bears, and encounters with black bears are extremely rare. Focus on basic safety measures like staying on designated trails, making noise, and securing food properly to enhance your overall safety in the park.
Q:Does Bryce Canyon parking lot fill up?
A:Yes, the main parking lots at the viewpoints fill up quickly, so arrive early if you want to park. To avoid the hassle and stress, utilize the National Park Service’s free shuttle (April–mid-October) to the Bryce Amphitheater to see all the popular viewpoints.