In addition to the everyday adventures, like horseback riding, canyoneering, hiking, and scenic tours, there are special events and activities being held throughout the month, as well.
Featured below are a few of the fun things to experience during a trip to Bryce Canyon in July.
Keep in mind, there are many other adventures to enjoy, so speak with locals or search online to line up a July vacation with endless entertainment.
Things to do The list of things to do in Bryce Canyon during the month of July is incredibly diverse.
From Salt Lake City’s laid-back distinctiveness to the awe-inspiring Wasatch Mountains, Bryce Canyon, and Zion National Park, Utah stakes a claim as a best kept secret that’s as open as the Beehive State’s big skies.
Dating back over two billion years, they reveal more dramatically than anywhere else on earth how our world was formed, while two miles below, the Colorado River snakes through the gorge, carving ever deeper into this iconic symbol of the American Southwest.
“The wonders of the Grand Canyon cannot be adequately represented in symbols of speech, nor by speech itself,” wrote John Wesley Powell, an early explorer of the American West credited with leading the first group of Europeans down the Colorado River through the Canyon.
It’s the climax of our week spent visiting some of the American Southwest’s most impressive parks and historical monuments on Idaho-based ROW Adventures’ Southwest Unbound hiking, biking and camping tour.
Launched to mark the centennial of the US National Park Service, Southwest Unbound showcases the most beautiful parts of Southern Utah and Northern Arizona. George, Utah, we first stop in Zion National Park, a canyon oasis of astounding natural beauty famous for its massive rock walls of red and white Navajo sandstone that rise over 2,000 feet into the desert sky.