Bryce Canyon National Park

Natural Bridge

Though the name tends to be misleading, Natural Bridge is one of several natural arches in Bryce Canyon and creates a beautiful scene at this viewpoint. This arch, sculpted from some of the reddest rock of the Claron Formation (rich in iron oxide minerals), poses a stark contrast to ...

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Farview

Farview Point is appropriately named, with spectacular views of famous landmarks that make up the Grand Staircase. From north to south you can see: the Aquarius Plateau (Pink Cliffs), the Kaiparowits Plateau (Grey Cliffs), Molly's Nipple (White Cliffs), and even glimpses of the Kaibab Plateau on which lies the ...

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Swamp Canyon

Swamp Canyon appears relatively small and sheltered from the overlook, bounded on both sides by fins and hoodoos. This size allows the viewer to develop a more intimate connection with the landscape than some of the grander viewpoints may provide. ...

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The Bryce Canyon Visitor Center

The Bryce Canyon Visitor Center should be one of your first stops when visiting Bryce Canyon National Park. Here you can obtain driving and hiking directions beyond those available on this website, weather forecasts, a current schedule of Park Ranger guided programs, Junior Ranger booklets, and information on area ...

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Rainbow and Yovimpa view points

We encourage our visitors to start their auto tour of Bryce Canyon National Park by driving directly to the very southern end first. From here at Rainbow Point the entirety of the park stretches out before you back to the north. ...

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Ponderosa Canyon

Just as geology determines biology, biology also impacts the geology. From this vantage point you can see how the type of rock that composes the different steps of the Grand Staircase determines what kinds of plants can grow on it. The varying densities of vegetation determine how erosion shapes ...

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Stimulus Offers Perks

January 29, 2009, 12:51 pm
The asphalt in the popular North Campground at Bryce Canyon National Park has potholes, and in Zion National Park, moisture is taking its toll on one of the most popular hikes in the ...

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Jul 24
2008
Panguitch Pioneer Day Celebration

July 24, 2008 12:00 AM  -  July 24, 2008 03:00 PM
Panguitch, Utah

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Boy Scout Breakfast at Zions Bank starts at 7:00 a.m. The Parade line up at the High School is at 9:30 and the Parade will start at 10:00. The DUP Program is at the stake center at 11:30. The firemans BBQ will be at the fair building at 12:30 ...

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Jul 18
2008
Taste of Panguitch

July 18, 2008 12:00 PM  -  July 19, 2008 03:00 PM
Zion's Bank Parking Lot, 90 E Center Street * Panguitch, Utah

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Sample some of Panguitch's finest foods, from local ...

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Jul 17
2008
Big Fish Fiddlers Festival

July 17, 2008 10:00 AM  -  July 18, 2008 03:00 AM
Social Hall, 60 East Center Street * Panguitch, Utah

NOTE: Please be aware that this event has already occured.
Large group of fiddlers perform at the Panguitch Social Hall and along Main ...

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