National Park Vacations
Bryce Canyon Vacation Packages
Bryce Canyon National Park "A helluva place to lose a cow," is how Mormon pioneer Ebenezer Bryce (whom Utah's Bryce Canyon National Park was named after) described it. Truly, there's no other place like it on earth. It's a land of mazes, drenched in a rainbow of earth tones. A land where giant "hoodoo" spires, obelisks and columns (evil inhabitants-turned-rocks by the coyote god, according to Indian legend) shoot from the ground, carving jagged orange outlines into blue sky. A land where brilliant stars, free from air and light pollution, put on a dazzling nighttime show.
Austin Adventures Bryce Canyon National Park Vactions & Tours:
|Utah | Bryce/Zion
Bryce/Zion Tours - Nowhere else in the world will you find as concentrated a collection of wind-swept rock formations, river-carved slot canyons and scenic sandstone switchbacks than in Bryce Canyon and Zion National Park. Read More >
|Utah Family| Bryce/Zion
Utah Family Vacations - Explore nature’s playground of desert canyons and sand castles on this six-day family-friendly adventure through the spectacular wind-swept rock terrain of Bryce Canyon and Zion National Park. Read More
Delve into the history and natural wonders of Bryce Canyon National Park Tours with Austin Adventures. Hike through rock formations, slot canyons and scenic switchbacks, learning how they've been sculpted over the years by wind and precipitation. Trek into Zion's Virgin River Narrows, ranked 5th out of America's best 100 adventures by National Geographic Adventure Magazine. Kick back in a rewarding hot tub after a day of world-class biking and count the stars in a brilliant open sky.
Did You Know…
- Bryce Canyon boasts some of the world’s best air quality, offering panoramic views of three states and nearly 200 miles of visibility.
- Bryce Canyon National Park has a 7.4 limiting magnitude night sky! In most rural areas of the United States, 2,500 stars can be seen on a clear night. At Bryce Canyon, 7,500 stars can be seen twinkling in the void.
- On March 13, 1919, Utah passed legislation urging Congress to set aside a suitable area embracing “Bryce's Canyon” as a national monument under the name of the “Temple of the Gods National Monument.”
- Bryce Canyon National Park has three wildlife species listed under the Endangered Species Act: the Utah prairie dog, California condor and the Southwestern willow flycatcher.