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Bryce Canyon National Park Holidays & Tours

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Join us on a holiday to Bryce Canyon National Park

Sprawling over southern Utah, Bryce Canyon National Park is laden with unique geological features, hidden, mossy caves to explore, and trekking routes.

The Bryce Canyon hoodoos are probably the most famous part of the park: formed by frost weathering and steam erosion, these thin, multicoloured spires of rock shoot up from the ground and tower over their surroundings.

When it comes to things to do in Bryce National Park the list is endless. You can meander through the natural amphitheatres (despite its name, Bryce Canyon isn’t a canyon, but a collection of these giant spaces), or climb to the highest point at Rainbow Point (over two miles from sea-level). With Newmarket Holidays you can see all the Bryce Canyon highlights and more. There are also plenty of food and drink options in the vicinity of the visitor’s centre, perfect to visit after a day of exploring Bryce Canyon National Park’s most rewarding hikes – both in terms of challenge and astounding views.

While spring, summer, and early autumn are the best times to visit if you want to be able to explore the entirety of this special place, it’s also a wonderful attraction to visit in winter. Blanketed in snow, the reds, pinks, and oranges of the terrain here shine through, and many of the best walks are still accessible, taking on a completely different look to their sunnier counterparts.

Things to see in Bryce Canyon National Park

Things to do in Bryce National Park

Food and drink in Bryce Canyon

Bryce Canyon's astounding views pair well with local produce


The dining room at Bryce Canyon Lodge is open for all three meals a day, rustling up homemade, hearty dishes for intrepid explorers in the national park. Delivering fine dining alongside sandwiches and other takeaway options, they cater for all dietary requirements, and use locally sourced ingredients as much as possible. 

Valhalla Pizzeria and Coffee shop is a more casual dining experience than the dining room at Bryce Canyon Lodge, but it doesn’t lack when it comes to quality. Pizzas are freshly made, piping hot, and delicious, all made using sustainable, Utah-reared ingredients.

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