Watch Gorgeous Bryce Canyon, Utah Light Up at Sunrise — and Then Book Your Ticket
Every year, over 1.5 million people visit Bryce Canyon National Park, and it’s easy to see why. The stunning sunsets and sunrises make the reddish-orange canyon practically glow with color.
Plus, Bryce Canyon is home to hundreds of hoodoos, spire-shaped rock formations created over hundred of years from water and ice carving into the rock.
There are over 36,000 acres to cover in the canyon, which means there are plenty of places to hike, camp, park your RV, and horseback ride. Plus there are tons of other activities, like fishing, mountain biking, and ATVing. There is also cross-country skiing and sleigh riding in the winter.
And if you’re not a traveler who likes to rough it in the great outdoors, there are also plenty of hotels and bed and breakfasts within Bryce Canyon City, as well as restaurants to enjoy a hearty meal at.