Entries by Bryce Canyon Country

The Legend People

A Paiute Indian myth says “the animal legend people who lived in Bryce Canyon long ago, displeased the coyote. Angered, he turned all the people to rock.” When you visit Bryce Canyon, think of the legend when looking down into the amphitheaters and it’s not hard to imagine the ancient people with their straight posture, […]

The Beauty of Bryce Canyon

This a land of delicately carved rock spires in sunset shades, Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah in the USA has an out of this world landscape. If you look off in the distance you can see our beautiful little town of Tropic, Utah. Remember that Bryce Country Cabins is the place to stay while […]

Bryce Canyon Time Lapse

Bryce Canyon from Chad Richard on Vimeo. Bryce Canyon is another spectacular example of erosion of breathtaking beauty. Bryce Canyon National Park’s wilderness of phantom-like rock spires attracts more than a million visitors each year. Interesting fact: Water, ice, and gravity are the natural forces that formed the geological “hoodoos”. Bryce Canyon is a collection […]

Beautiful Bryce

BEAUTIFUL BRYCE from Greg Kiss on Vimeo. It’s just about that time. The 2016 tourist season is upon us. Watch this video and we know you will get excited to come out and see the wonder and the beauty that is Bryce Canyon. When you are here, ask us some of our favorite spots in […]

Bryce Canyon Winter Camping

Photo Credit: Brian B. Roanhorse NPS November, 2015 Camping in Bryce Canyon in the winter is becoming more and more popular. Believe it or not there are a lot of things to do here in the winter. The obvious are cross country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling and photography. The north and Sunset Campground in the National […]

Bryce Canyon National Park Photography

Photo credit: Corey McNeil Bryce Canyon is a photographer’s paradise. It is so beautiful that it can be difficult to decide where to take a picture. Bryce looks different depending on time of day, time of year, cloud cover, snow cover and your mood. Declared a National Park in 1924, Bryce Canyon is best known […]

Bryce Canyon Geology

Bryce Canyon is a small national park in southwestern Utah. Named after the Mormon Pioneer Ebenezer Bryce, Bryce Canyon became a national park in 1928. The park is not a canyon. Rather, it is a spectacular series of more than a dozen amphitheaters, each of which is carved at least 1,000 feet into the chromatic […]

Winter Festival in Bryce Canyon

The upcoming Winter Festival in Bryce Canyon City is going to be delightful. The winter tradition takes place over President’s Day weekend and allows participants the rare opportunity of visiting a snow-capped Bryce Canyon. The towering red rock spires and contrasting white snow combine to create stunning scenery in the giant natural amphitheater. The ski […]

Bryce Canyon’s Night Sky

Bryce Canyon is the ultimate place to learn about and enjoy the splendor of the night sky. Bryce Canyon is the last grand sanctuary of natural darkness. Far from the light pollution of civilization. Bryce Canyon National Park also benefits by being a high elevation park. The annual astronomy festival will be held next year […]