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Bryce Canyon National Park

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You can find hoodoos--rock pillars formed by erosion--all around the world, but those of Bryce Canyon National Park remain the standard bearers thanks to their bright red color, tall stature, and arrangement in large amphitheaters. Bryce remains relatively isolated because of its south-central Utah location, which limits visitors and provides uncrowded views. The park also sits at a high altitude: the highest part, Rainbow Point, reaches 2,775 m (9,105 ft). A paved road snakes for 29 km (18 mi) through the park, delivering sweeping vistas of the gigantic and magnificent rock statues. Hiking and horseback riding provide alternative ways of sightseeing in the park if you prefer not to spend your time behind the wheel. Take stress off the schedule by using our United States day trip tool.
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Where to stay in Bryce Canyon National Park

Owned by the National Park Service, the Lodge at Bryce Canyon provides rustic cabins and hotel-style accommodations inside Bryce Canyon National Park. The next most convenient option is to stay in one of the park's gateway communities. The village of Tropic sits just off of the park's eastern entrance and offers everything from chain hotels to independently owned motels to bed and breakfasts in historic homes. Various other lodging options are available along Route 12, and you'll find a few more on Route 89 west of the park.
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