Hoodoos and Hikes in Brilliant Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah

Sierra Club Outings Trip | Lodge, Hiking

Three people stand on a trail in front of a canyon.
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Highlights

  • Take easy to moderate day hikes with spectacular vistas
  • Visit a historic community nearby (optional)
  • Enjoy accommodations & meals in the historic park lodge

Includes

  • Lodge accommodations and all meals at the park lodge
  • All fees and tips
  • Ranger programs and guided walks

Overview

The Trip

Bryce Canyon is famous for its red rock spires and horseshoe-shaped amphitheaters, its towering hoodoos and natural bridges. Powerful geologic forces created this landscape millions of years ago and are still at work today. The park is also known for its exceptional air quality and its outstanding stargazing opportunities.

Itinerary

Logistics

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Map

This trip is in: United States, Utah

Photos

  • A view of canyon walls under an orange sky.
  • A hiker stands on a trail running across the middle of the wall of a canyon.
  • Four people on an overlook gaze at the wall of a sunlit canyon.
  • A view of a canyon ridge.
  • Five people dwarfed by tall hoodoos.