Bryce Canyon Itinerary

Four Night / Five Day – Itinerary

Day 1: Take a scenic drive through Bryce Canyon National Park and stop at various viewpoints to take in the stunning red rock formations. Hike the Navajo Loop Trail, which takes you through a narrow canyon and past the iconic "Hoodoos" rock formations.

Day 2: Go mountain biking on the trails, such as Thunder Mountain, found in the area surrounding Bryce Canyon National Park. Visit the Bryce Canyon Natural History Association's museum to learn about the geology and history of the area.

Day 3: Go rock climbing in the red rock cliffs of Bryce Canyon National Park. Take a tour of the park by horseback, which is a unique way to experience the landscape and see some of the more remote parts of the park.

Day 4: Explore the local shopping scene, with options ranging from souvenir shops to artisanal goods. Visit Kodachrome Basin State Park which is just 17 miles away from Bryce Canyon National Park.

Day 5: Hike to Mossy Cave and view Bryce Canyon's only small scenic waterfall. Go fishing in one of the many nearby lakes or streams. For dining, there are a variety of options available including casual eateries, restaurants with local and regional cuisine, and outdoor picnic areas.
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