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Bryce Canyon National Park

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Bryce Canyon National Park is known for its unusual geology. The erosional force of frost-wedging and the dissolving power of rainwater have shaped the colorful limestone rock into fantastic shapes including windows, spires, slot canyons, fins, and spires called "hoodoos." It is a magnificent series of more than a dozen amphitheaters, each of which is carved at least 1,000 feet into the chromatic limestone of the Paunsaugunt Plateau. These spectacular and colorful rock formations create a fascinating landscape of mazes and offer some of the most inspiring and memorable trails imaginable.

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Local Info

Please Note: There are no singletrack trails within Bryce Canyon National Park that are open to mountain bikes. This page serves as a general overview of the area. If you're visiting the park and looking for places to ride, check out the following areas:

Visiting Tips

Bryce Canyon National Park is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. There may be temporary road closures during and shortly after winter snow storms. Check the park's website for more information on current closures and conditions.

Fees and Passes:
To find more about park fees, click here.

Camping & Lodging

The two campgrounds, North Campground and Sunset Campground, are located in close proximity to the Visitor Center, Bryce Canyon Lodge, and Bryce Amphitheater. Sites fill by early afternoon during the summer months. Call 1 (877) 444-6777 or reserve online at

North Campground
  • 13 RV sites (by reservation)
  • 86 RV and tent sites (first come, first served basis)

Sunset Campground
  • 20 tent sites
  • 1 group site (available by reservation)
  • 80 RV and tent sites (first come, first served basis)

Backcountry camping is also available at limited sites in the park. Permits are required for all overnight stays and can be purchased at the Visitor Center from 9 a.m. until one hour before closing. For more information on backcountry camping, visit the park's website.

The Bryce Canyon Lodge is another option for accommodations within the park. The lodge features 114 rooms including lodge suites, motel rooms and cabins. Reservations are recommended and can be made by calling 1 (877) 386-4383 or online at

Food & Drink

The Bryce Canyon Lodge offers dining room service for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Valhalla Pizzeria is open mid-May to mid-October. The General Store, open late March to early November, has groceries, quick meals, and camper supplies. Other restaurants are available near the park entrance and in the nearby towns of Tropic, Bryce Junction, and Panguitch.

Other Activities

Bryce Canyon National Park offers a wide variety of activities and ways to explore the park. From backcountry hiking on the more remote trails to strolling along the rim to driving to the many scenic viewpoints in the park, there are many ways to explore Bryce Canyon. Additionally, the park offers many ranger-led programs, wrangler-guided horseback or muleback rides, or snowshoe and cross-country skiing in the winter. Visit Bryce Canyon's website for more information on the park's other activities.

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