Bryce Canyon National Park has some of the most beautiful, scenic views in the Western U.S. There you will also set your eyes on some of the best overlooks, which can only be accessed by dirt roads. The roads are 4x4, which are great for ATV’s. Bryce Canyon is a favorite place to visit in Southern Utah, and has a vast array of four wheel drive trails around the park. Contact us for a tour, our guides will make sure that you can concentrate on the adventure. If you visit the park alone, you will need detailed maps and have to know the park.
Bryce Canyon is an array of natural bowls or amphitheaters which is filled with unevenly eroded spires of rocks called hoodoos. Bryce Canyon National Park has the largest number of hoodoos on earth. Bryce is distinctive, due to the hoodoos. They are geological structures, formed by frost weathering and stream erosion of the river and lake bed sedimentary rocks. The red, orange, and white colors of the rocks provide spectacular views for park visitors. Bryce Canyon National Park is an alpine forest and has as many red rock hoodoos as it does trees. The alpine habitat is home to dozens of birds and species of mammals.
Bryce Canyon National Park is much smaller, and sits at a much higher elevation than nearby Zion National Park. The rim at Bryce varies from 8,000 to 9,000 feet (2,400 to 2,700 m).
Bryce Canyon is very unique, as it is not one individual canyon. In Bryce Canyon National Park you will experience breathtaking views. There are four main viewpoints, all within the first few miles of the park. The viewpoints are Inspiration Point, Sunrise Point , Bryce Point, and Sunset Point. You can find other viewpoints as you travel the park’s 18-mile main road. Experience Bryce Canyon’s abundant western history. Explore the hideouts for Western outlaws such as Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.
Bryce Canyon National Park lies within the Colorado Plateaugeographic province of North America and straddles the southeastern edge of the Paunsaugunt Plateau west of the Paunsaugunt Fault (Paunsaugunt is Paiute for "home of the beaver"). Park visitors arrive from the plateau part of the park and look over the plateau's edge toward a valley containing the fault and the Paria River just beyond it (Paria is Paiute for "muddy or elk water"). The edge of the Kaiparowits Plateau bounds the opposite side of the valley..
Our most popular ATV tour! Take an adrenaline pumping ATV adventure ride through sand dunes to one of the most beautiful and legendary slot canyons in the area! Wind your way on foot where our expert guides will take you on a breathtaking hike to explore ancient sandstone walls over 100ft high! Slot canyons are narrow gorges in soft rocks. Peek-A-Boo is located in the dry fork area of the Grand Staircase-National Monument area. Peek-A-Boo is a slot and corkscrew canyon. Explore Peek-A-Boo Slot Canyon ATV Tours.
Embark on an adrenaline ATV ride to one of the most must see gems of Kanab. A colossal 200-foot-tall hidden cove and massive sandhill shaped by desert winds over thousands of years. Plan for a short .25 hike with an uphill sandy ascent into the entrance. If the hike doesn't leave you breathless then the stunning views and epic scale of this natural wonder. Truly a photographer’s paradise! Explore The Great Chamber ATV Tours.
Take a fun UTV adventure ride over to The White Wave, a vast petrified sand dune where you can discover ancient petroglyphs.
Get the best of both worlds in one thrilling ATV adventure guided tour! Start the day with a fun adrenaline ride to the Great Chamber where, after relaxing in the epic 200 ft cove you'll then zip over the sand dunes to Peek-a-boo Slot Canyon. Explore "The Combo" Peek-A-Boo & Great Chamber ATV Tours
Our longest ATV tour! First taking you to the legendary Peek-a-boo Slot canyon, then to The Great Chamber, and ending at the scenic Hoodoos. Sure, it will be an adventure packed day! Explore The Half Day'er ATV Tour.
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