Snowfall in Bryce Canyon National Park, UtahUtah’s Bryce Canyon National Park has a higher elevation than neighboring canyons – a full 1,000 feet above nearby Zion National Park. With that
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Snowfall in Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah
Utah’s Bryce Canyon National Park has a higher elevation than neighboring canyons – a full 1,000 feet above nearby Zion National Park. With that elevation come cooler temperatures and more precipitation, so heavy snow isn’t uncommon inside Bryce Canyon during winter. The park doesn’t close just because of the white stuff. Visitors can enjoy cross-country skiing, star-gazing events, and even guided snowshoe hikes by the light of the full moon.
Bryce Canyon has many unusual geologic features, not the least of which are the hoodoos—tall spires of stone—that form a large portion of the landscape. In fact, there are more hoodoos here than in any other spot on the planet.
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