SR-12 Landslide Repair Update Wednesday, March 14, 2017

Contractor W.W. Clyde is on board and arrived early to help alleviate pressure on the vertical slope (south side of the road).  The temporary pavement toward the north along with the removal of the south side of the road at the head of the scarp area appears to have relieved...
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Following Landslide Bryce Canyon, UDOT Work to Repair State Route 12

Following Landslide Bryce Canyon, UDOT Work to Repair State Route 12 BRYCE, UT—Those travelling State Route 12 through the northern end of Bryce Canyon National Park should expect delays, possibly lasting into the summer season. A recent landslide has forced the closure of the...
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Join the 2016 Audubon Christmas Bird Count at Bryce Canyon National Park

December 20, 2016                                                 16-23 For Immediate Release Peter Densmore (435) 834-4744   BRYCE, UT – On January 5th, 2017 nature lovers and birders of all levels of experience will gather at Bryce Canyon National Park to participate in...
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Celebrate 100 years of Park History with “Bryce Canyon Memories”

BRYCE, UT – Over the years many people have had the privilege of calling Bryce Canyon their home. Now, thanks to a cooperative effort between Southern Utah University, Bryce Canyon National Park, and the Bryce Canyon Natural History Association, you too can explore the first 100...
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New Years Eve Party

Ebenezer’s Barn & Grill Saturday, December 31, 2016 9:00PM- 12:30AM Live DJ: Festival of Sounds Prepay Prices: $4/person $15/Family (Prepay at Ruby’s Inn or Bryce Canyon Grand hotel) At the door: $5/ person $20/ Family (No alcohol is allowed at the party) The...
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Iconic Hoodoo “The Sentinel” Falls in Bryce Canyon National Park

After centuries of existence, and decades of inspiring quiet awe, the hoodoo known as “The Sentinel” succumbed to the erosional forces that continue to define the landscape of Bryce Canyon. Large sections of The Sentinel have fractured before. The most major of these...
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Bryce Canyon National Park Announces New Winter Season Closures

As winter weather transforms Bryce Canyon’s red rock landscape, park facilities and concession services will close in observance of holidays and to permit seasonal maintenance.   The entrance to the park remains open year round, permitting visitors to utilize campgrounds,...
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Ruby’s Inn Centennial Celebration

  Media Contact: Sorenson Advertising 435-216- 9418 pr@sorensonadvertising.com Ruby’s Inn Celebrates 100 Years of Service to Visitors of Garfield County Bryce City, Utah (November 18, 2016)— Ruby’s Inn held a celebration for employees, friends and family of the now 100-year...
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Bryce Canyon Shuttle Autumn Schedule

BRYCE  CANYON  SHUTTLE  AUTUMN  SCHEDULE  CHANGE E F F E C T I V E     M O N D A Y,   SEP 19,  2016 8:00 AM         Bus service begins from outside the park at the Bryce Canyon Shuttle Parking Station, running approximately every fifteen minutes. 9:00 AM         Bus service...
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Wall Street Section of the Navajo Loop Trail Temporarily Closed

BRYCE, UT – During the early morning hours of September 10, thousands of pounds of limestone fell to the canyon floor.  Effective immediately, the Wall Street section of the Navajo Loop trail is closed. This rock fall has partially covered the trail through the canyon.  Deputy...
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