Bryce Canyon to Grand Canyon Road Trip
Bryce Canyon National Park is located in Southwestern Utah on the eastern edge of the Paunsaugunt Plateau. One of Southern Utah’s incredible national parks, Bryce is a great place to visit on your Grand Canyon road trip. Named after Mormon pioneer Ebenezer Bryce, Bryce Canyon National Park was created to protect the unique geology of the area. The shapes and colors of the Hoodoos that make up the huge amphitheaters of Bryce Canyon are found nowhere else in the world. This is truly a unique national park and its proximity to Grand Canyon’s North Rim and some of Utah’s best nearby parks like, Zion, Grand Staircase, and Capitol Reef make it a popular stop for travelers on the way to the Grand Canyon, so if you're traveling to the canyon, including a visit to Bryce is a great addition to your trip. Read the guide below to learn more about travel from Bryce to the Grand Canyon, or check out our Bryce Canyon map to see all the nearby destinations and attractions.
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