1. Matthew Adjemian

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    We visited Bryce Canyon NP on Thanksgiving 2014. We spent about half a day driving the main road and stopping at all the spots. We did a short 1 mi hike from the Rainbow Point parking lot and it gave us some nice southern and western views. However, Bryce Canyon is interesting in that the best views in the park are closer to the entrance. We found, as we slowly made our way back toward the entrance that the vistas and rock formations became more interesting as we got closer to the entrance. The views at Bryce and Inspiration points were by far the most interesting, and with sunset happening as we were visiting these spots we were given views that are unlike anything else I’ve ever seen. This park is totally worth a visit, can be easily seen in a day, but can also be explored for several consecutive days with many hikes and backcountry opportunities. Wildlife sightings were slim when we visited, but the weather was quite cold.

  2. Coleman Vurbeff

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    I love Bryce!!! Amazing place! So beautiful! The hikes are not too hard, and you really feel alone down there. The colors and formations (hoodoos) are simply stunning! If Zion is a more personal Grand Canyon, then Bryce is a more personal Zion!This is a small National Park though, I think spending two days here would give you ample time to let you see everything.I camped at North Campgrounds which was very nice and close to the Rim. Have fun!

  3. Donn Clarius

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    i got more out of Bryce than the Grand Canyon because i felt more a part of it… not so overwhelming… a oneness w/ nature that i didn’t find @ GC… but perhaps that’s just me! Also utterly -spectacular- colors!

  4. Lorina Leung

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    One of the most awesome inspirational experiences one can have. Beautiful building like rock structures all created by mother nature herself. Very sad reading the hoodoo hiking guide provided by the national park service stating that global warming itself may destroy the hoodoos eventually due to low levels of snow and more rain. As with everything in nature, better enjoy it before humans destroy it!

  5. Awatif Yahya

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    The best park out of the top five Utah national parks