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 Bryce Canyon Utah 

Located in southwestern Utah, Bryce Canyon National Park is an awesome place to visit. The scenery is second to none and you will have a hard time finding anything out there to match the beauty. The fact that Bryce Canyon is a National Park rules out any off-roading anywhere in the park. A trail does come up Tropic Valley but once it hits the park border, you have to park your vehicle and hike in the rest of the way. My last visit, as you can see by the fotos happened in March. The park altitude starts at 8000  feet and goes up to 9115 feet.  The park is open year round except Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Day. Also, on open days, it is open 24/7.  The area around Bryce Canyon offers some great Jeeping and site seeing as well. If you are in the area, you have to stop by and check the place out. They say that it takes a minimum of 3 hours to drive through and take a quick peek. I recommend a minimum of 5 hours just so you can soak up the beauty. My favorite time is early Fall or Spring. The temperature is on the cool side but seeing the Hoodoos covered in snow is awesome. For more information click here.   https://www.nps.gov/brca/index.htm

Bryce Canyon