Bryce Canyon Information
Our motel in Bryce, Utah is a short distance from Bryce Canyon National Park where you’ll find breathtaking rock formations, and unforgettable landscapes. The park is an easy day trip for families, seniors, and couples since Bryce Canyon is just minutes away from the comforts of our lodging. The national park is a major attraction in the area, and is one of the most popular parks in the national parks system. Bryce Canyon is nature’s playground for those looking to get out and enjoy outdoor activities. Many outdoors enthusiasts flock here for hiking, photography, climbing, star gazing, and numerous other activities.
Despite the attraction as a recreational haven, it’s the beauty of the park that captivates and attracts visitors to our Bryce Canyon motel from all over the world. Utah is riddled with beautiful parks and natural formations, and Bryce Canyon is one of the most stunning destinations among them. When planning your visit please consult the motel’s staff. They are well informed about the sites to see and things to do in Bryce Canyon National Park and other nearby sites. Reserve your room online now and make our motel your headquarters for the trip of a lifetime in Bryce Canyon, Utah.
Kodachrome Basin State Park – Get up close with 67 impressive and inspiring stone spires. See for yourself the natural multi-hued rock formations and layers of stone. See how everything looks from the back of a horse and enjoy exploring the park while resting your feet.
Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument – 1.7 million acres of beautiful, multi-colored cliffs, mesas, plateaus, canyons, waterfalls, and plant life. This terrain can be a little more difficult to navigate. This monument is only 10 minutes from the motel.
Zion National Park – This beautiful park has massive and striking canyon walls in all shades of red waiting for you to explore. Walk among the canyons or explore narrow slot canyons and see where they lead.
Bryce Canyon – Colorful buttes and scenic vistas with pink, orange, and white cliffs have dazzled millions at Bryce Canyon National Park. See for yourself why they all look forward to visiting again.
Capitol Reef – Characterized for its colorful sandstone formations, large cliffs and beautiful canyons, this Utah national park has plenty to do and see.
Round Valley – This challenging slot canyon is great for those who have some canyoneering skills, but not the gear. Just a short distance from our motel makes this a must-visit on your vacation.
Pine Lake – Enjoy the beauty of Pine Lake while boating, fishing, snowmobiling, and cross-country skiing. You’ll love a trip to this south-central lake while staying with us in Bryce Canyon.
Cottonwood Canyon – This hike is perfect for the whole family. Choose from various trails, and let the spirit of adventure take root. This makes a for a memorable day trip from the Bryce area.
Calf Creek Falls – Breathtaking views await you on this hike to the 126-foot-high Lower Calf Creek Falls. This relatively easy 5-1/2 mile round trip hike makes for a great day trip.
|Month||Avg. High||Avg. Low||Mean||Avg. Precip||Record High||Record Low|
|January||40°F||16°F||28°F||1.76 in.||64°F (1990)||-20°F (1979)|
|February||43°F||18°F||31°F||1.90 in.||68°F (1986)||-17°F (1933)|
|March||49°F||23°F||36°F||1.75 in.||76°F (1966)||-7°F (1966)|
|April||58°F||28°F||43°F||0.95 in.||81°F (1981)||1°F (1975)|
|May||68°F||34°F||51°F||0.97 in.||90°F (2002)||9°F (1975)|
|June||79°F||42°F||60°F||0.51 in.||95°F (1974)||23°F (1955)|
|July||84°F||49°F||67°F||1.34 in.||99°F (1996)||25°F (1948)|
|August||82°F||48°F||65°F||1.62 in.||95°F (2002)||32°F (1989)|
|September||75°F||41°F||58°F||1.53 in.||91°F (1956)||20°F (1965)|
|October||64°F||33°F||48°F||1.59 in.||83°F (1996)||-2°F (1971)|
|November||50°F||23°F||36°F||1.40 in.||73°F (1954)||-5°F (1931)|
|December||42°F||17°F||29°F||1.19 in.||67°F (1962)||-24°F (1990|