Las Vegas



Approximately 40 million visitors flock to Las Vegas every year, but many of them are unaware of the breathtaking scenic areas, such as Bryce Canyon National Park, that are only a few hours away. Located only 210 miles northeast of Las Vegas in southwestern Utah, Bryce Canyon is an easy day trip for Las Vegas visitors wishing to enjoy its stunning spectacle of rock formations in many colors, from red to pink to chalky white, and many shapes and sizes, from The Poodle to Thorís Hammer to The Sinking Ship.

Many tour operators in Las Vegas offer Bryce Canyon tours, some of which include a trip to Zion National Park as well. The most popular Las Vegas to Bryce Canyon tours are day trips that take 12-13 hours, leaving early in the morning and returning in the evening. Some of these Bryce Canyon tours originating from Las Vegas drive the entire length of the parkís 18-mile scenic drive, stopping along the way to enjoy some of its 14 viewpoints. The one thing all of the tours include is a stroll along one of the most scenic stretches of the rim of the Bryce Amphitheater, from Sunrise Point to Sunset Point. Some Las Vegas tour companies offer scenic air tours that include flyovers of Bryce Canyon and the Grand Canyon.

If you are visiting Las Vegas and would like to take a tour of Bryce Canyon, ask your hotelís front desk staff about Las Vegas to Bryce Canyon tour operators or search for companies offering Bryce Canyon tours from Las Vegas on the Internet prior to your stay. Many tour companies that provide Las Vegas-Bryce Canyon tours pick up from most Las Vegas Strip hotels. Sightseeing in Bryce Canyon on your Las Vegas vacation will be a rewarding experience and will undoubtedly make your trip more memorable!