Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah Snowshoe Walks

>
>

Snowshoe Walks

Join one of the Snowshoe Hikes enjoy beautiful blue skies and Bryce Canyon in the winter. Learn about the ecology of the park from a struggle between ice and sun with a ranger as your guide. Read More

  • Free for visitors
  • Ranger led hikes
  • Enjoy Bryce in the winter

Overview: If you want to see Bryce under it's winter blanket of snow then join in the ranger led Snowshoe Hikes. These 1-2 hour hikes along the rim will teach you about the ecology of the features of the park with the guidance of a ranger.

When: Weekly in the winter season. Snow depending
 
Where: Bryce Canyon National Park - exact locations vary.

Fees: Free with park entrance

Details: The hike lasts anywhere between 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 hours and a total distance of 1-2 miles round trip. Snowshoes are provided free of charge through the park service. If you question snow depths, contact the visitor center for details and times.

Schedule will be posted in the park newsletter and at the park visitor center.

Share Your Thoughts & Questions