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​Where to Catch a Sunset in Bryce Canyon

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Bryce Canyon National Park is a favorite destination amongst guests at Parry Lodge. While we often encourage those who are staying with us to visit Bryce Canyon during the day to experience its trails and its magnificent vistas, we also recommend heading there in the evening to catch a glimpse of the awe-inspiring sunsets that take place there daily.

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​The History and Formation of Bryce Canyon

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Ironically, one of America’s most famous canyons isn’t actually a canyon at all—it’s a natural amphitheater formed by chemical weathering and a process known as frost wedging. Bryce Canyon is considered a ‘youngster’ compared to other geologic wonders on the Colorado Plateau, with its formation only dating back to 65 million years ago.

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​Best Hikes in and Around Bryce Canyon

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Bryce Canyon National Park is a popular daytime hiking destination for guests at Parry Lodge in Kanab, Utah. Located just 88 minutes from Bryce, the Lodge is also a central location for travelers looking to visit Arizona’s Grand Canyon, Zion National Park and Lake Powell in one great Southwest vacay.

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​Top 3 Places to Dine Near Bryce Canyon

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Utah and Arizona are home to some of the most spectacular landscapes in the Southwest. From the Navajo sandstone formations of Zion to the Grand Canyon and the towering hoodoos (rock spires) of Bryce Canyon, there’s an amazing sight around every corner.

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​Creative Ways to See Bryce Canyon

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When visitors first catch a glimpse of Bryce Canyon, they often stare in wonder and awe. This mammoth geological site seems like something from another planet, rather than a formation in the heart of Utah. Rather than driving into the park to grab a quick snapshot of this magnificent place, travelers should make an effort to truly experience the canyon in a unique and exciting way.

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See the Hoodoos and Stay in a Piece of Hollywood History at Parry Lodge

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Hoodoos, fairy chimneys, tent rocks-or whatever you prefer to call them-these stunning geological formations appear to defy gravity and draw over two million visitors to southern Utah each year. This stunning scenery has also brought Hollywood to the area for nearly a century. When you come to see the hoodoos of Bryce Canyon, you can stay where stars from the golden age of Hollywood Westerns stayed: Parry Lodge in Kanab, Utah.

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