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The Weather in Bryce Canyon
Above are the weather conditions for Bryce Canyon. During June, maximum temperatures go up to more than 27° December is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching -14°. The rainiest month is August while the driest month is June.
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Rent a comfy cabin in Bryce Canyon, where you'll see the best of the park while feeling like a real ranger. The outdoor sightseeing opportunities from your vacation accommodation are one-of-a-kind, mind-blowing, and invigorating in Bryce Canyon National Park.
Grab some delicious grub at Bryce Canyon Pines Restaurant, where you can recharge after a long day of hiking through dusty canyons with their ultra-meaty options. The Rodeo Burger boasts ground beef, ham, and bacon, while the Butch Cassidy Elk Burger speaks for itself.
Stone Hearth Grille has intriguing vegan and vegetarian options which can be harder to find in this rural area. Their seasonal beetroot salad with aged goat's cheese is a juicy starter, while the towering, crispy polenta cake is something special.
Park ranger training
For a deeper look at the park's history, flora, and fauna, the helpful and impressive Visitor Center is a smart starting place as it's like a museum. Featuring learning exhibits and a tempting book store for souvenirs, it even shows an acclaimed film. Become a park expert!
The Daughters of Utah Pioneers are responsible for the upkeep of historic sites across Utah and western states, and three of their properties are near the park in Garfield County. Visit a former three-room schoolhouse, an old bishop storehouse/tithing office, and an LDS tithing building.
When making your way through the vast, moonlike terrain of Bryce Canyon National Park, it's good to have navigation points for reference. Don't miss Sunrise Point, which illuminates the "hoodoo" rock formations at sunrise and sunset, creating rainbows of hot-colored shades that change with each sun angle.
Head over to Bryce Point for viewing a natural amphitheater created from erosion, which also is a sunrise hotspot. The spires that this canyon is so revered for are easily photographed and enjoyed from here, and further exploration is possible on connecting trails.
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