From bus tours to horseback rides, the Bryce Canyon area offers many tour options

A spectacle of colorful rock formations of all shapes and sizes, called hoodoos, Bryce Canyon National Park is one of the American Southwest’s most scenic areas. Bryce Canyon tours can also include trips to nearby Cedar Breaks National Monument and Zion National Park. While in Bryce Canyon, many visitors enjoy strolling along the rim between Sunrise and Sunset points to enjoy the view of Bryce Canyon’s main natural amphitheater. For different views of the park’s displays of spires, pinnacles, fins and arches, visitors also enjoy the panoramic vistas from turnouts along Bryce Canyon’s 18-mile scenic drive.

In addition to hiking and driving, Bryce Canyon Chamber of Commerce members offer many other ways to view Bryce Canyon’s unmatched scenery. Bryce Canyon Airlines and Helicopters provides visitors the chance for a bird’s eye view of Bryce Canyon’s hoodoos on its scenic flights over the area. If you would prefer a motorized ground tour, Bryce Canyon Area Tours and ATV Adventures offers bus tours of Bryce Canyon National Park that include interesting narration about the area. Scenic Rim Trail Rides, Ruby’s Red Canyon Trail Rides, and Red Canyon Trail Rides all offer guided horseback rides in Dixie National Forest land surrounding the park while Ruby’s Inn ATVs, Bryce Canyon Area Tours and ATV Adventures, and Bryce Canyon ATV tours provide ATV tours through lesser-known areas surrounding the park. There is no shortage of options on Bryce Canyon tours.

In addition to its variety of Bryce Canyon tours, the Bryce Canyon area hosts several annual events, including the Bryce Canyon ATV Rally and the Bryce Canyon Country Rodeo. Any ATV enthusiast would enjoy the Bryce Canyon ATV Rally, held annually the last weekend of August. The event, based at the Bryce Canyon Resort, features full-day ATV rides through some of the area’s scenic landscapes, in addition to vendor booths and other events in the afternoon. Held Wednesday through Saturday from Memorial Day to Labor Day, the Bryce Canyon Country Rodeo is a spectacle of cowboys showing off their skills. Bryce Canyon tours and annual events make Bryce Canyon an ideal scenic destination for your next vacation.