Despite its name, Bryce Canyon National Park in southern Utah is not a canyon. Rather, it’s an awe-inspiring collection of amphitheaters filled with colorful, spire-shaped rock formations called hoodoos.
Check out this guide and immerse yourself in the otherworldly landscape of this 55-square-mile park.
Getting to Bryce Canyon National Park
- Drive about 270 miles south from Sail Lake City International Airport.
- Drive 270 miles northeast from Las Vegas McCarran International Airport.
- Drive about 220 miles south from Provo Municipal Airport.
Access Bryce through the main entrance, at the north end of the park. You'll find maps and information available here and at the visitor center located about a mile inside the park.