Bryce Canyon National Park, located in southwest Utah, is known for unique colorful hoodoos and formations
that provide spectacular views. The park is not actually a canyon but a collection of amphitheaters that
are easy to access via overlooks. There are several trails for horseback riding and hiking. One walking trail,
known as the Queen’s Garden, is especially memorable because visitors can see these 200-foot formations up close.
On this trail the wide angle lens is useful to fully capture the scene given your close proximity to the subject
matter. Photographers should also explore the surrounding area outside the park to see additional geologic formations.
How to get there:
Bryce Canyon National Park located in southwest Utah and is easily accessible by car.
From Salt Lake City, UT (278 miles)
Drive west on E. 500 S./UT-269 toward US-89 S Merge onto I-15 S. Take exit 95, take UT-20 and drive toward
US-89 E, then take US-89 S. Drive on Scenic Byway 12/UT-12 to Bryce Canyon.
From Flagstaff, AZ (293 miles)
Drive east on W Route 66/I-40 Bus Loop/US 180 E which becomes US-89 N. Drive 46.5 miles, enter roundabout and
take second exit to US-89 S. Drive 81 miles, enter next roundabout and take second exit to US-89 North crossing
into Utah. Take S. 100 E/US-80 N. Drive to E Highway 12/UT-12 to reach Bryce Canyon.
From Las Vegas, NV (270 miles)
Drive on I-515 N/US-93 N/US-95 N. Merge onto I-15 N via exit 76 B toward Salt Lake City. Take UT-20 exit,
exit 95 toward US-89 E. and turn onto UT-20. Take US-89 S. to E. Center St/US-89 S. Drive to E Center St/US-89 S.
Then take E Highway 12/Mt Carmel Scenic Byway/UT-12 and follow UT-12 to Bryce Canyon.
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