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Bryce Canyon National Park

Bryce Canyon is another premiere destination, but our time here has always been limited to a driving trip to the various overlooks from which you can see the bulk of the formations.  I’m certain there are rewarding opportunities for hiking in the park, but we have always been more attracted to other destinations. Nonetheless, it is a beautiful place to just take in the view, and it’s only an hour and a half (75 miles) from Coral Pink Sand Dunes if you take the most direct route.  However, there is also a longer route (101 miles and 3.5 hours) through Grand Staircase – Escalante National Park. If you skip Coral Pink Sand Dunes, you can go directly from Zion’s to Bryce in only about two hours (85 miles). Kodachrome Basin State Park, only about 35 minutes from the visitor center, might be a good place to camp.

Route to Bryce, from either Coral Pink Sand Dunes or Kodachrome Basin.

The National Parks Service maintains a website for the park. There are two campgrounds in the park with 199 camp sites between them.

Your next stop is Capitol Reef National Park.

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