Bryce Canyon National Park is located in the beautiful Bryce Canyon, Utah. Some of the highlights of the area include. Their park has tons of hoodoos, which are irregularly eroded spires of rock. There is a ton of things to do while at this gorgeous national park. Make sure that you set aside the day when you visit.
There are interesting things to do at the park-like Geology Talks that happen all year round. Geologists have to spend years studying Bryce Canyon's unique story. They talk about the scientific explanation that formed the unique canyon. This talk is not reserved so make sure that you stop by to hear the interesting information. There are also full moon walks, astronomy programs, and some evening programs.
There are also plenty of hikes ranging from easy to strenuous trips. Keep in mind that pets must be leashed and are only allowed on paved trails, viewpoints, roads, campsites, and picnic areas. Make sure that if you are going hiking that you bring along some water for the trip and wear good hiking boots. Most of the easier hikes are less than two miles long like the Mossy Cave, or the Rim Trail. The moderate hikes range from about 1.5 miles to just over 6 miles. You are probably going to want to be a little more in shape for these ones. Then, of course, there are the harder hikes like the Fairyland loop, the figure 8 combination, and the Bryce Amphitheater Traverse. The canyon is beautiful and a great place to visit no matter what time of year.