5 Reasons to Visit Bryce Canyon in the Spring
Utah’s Bryce Canyon is known for its deeply brick-colored rocks, drastic and labyrinthine formations and its stunning wilderness areas. While it’s famous for winter events, such as cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, it’s arguably even better in spring. Here are five reasons to make it your destination in the next few months.
1. The Scenery is Gorgeous
Springtime has obvious pleasures worldwide, including the growth of new greenery and the appearance of flowers that have hidden their faces for the last few months. Nowhere is this truer than in Bryce Canyon, where the verdure and blooms pop up seemingly everywhere.
2. Better Temperatures
Summer in Bryce Canyon can be hot, while the winter drops down pretty low. However, springtime temps range between 40 and 70 degrees … perfect hiking weather. Just make sure you’re prepared with layers, as it tends to swing wildly. You don’t want to be caught without proper gear.
3. Equestrian Trails Become Passable
If your idea of a vacation involves some good horse riding, then spring is the perfect time to visit Bryce Canyon. Trails become passable again, and you can enjoy the beauty of the scenery from the back of your mount without worrying about any accidents. Plus, the horses get all frisky in all that spring air!
4. Snow Lovers Needn’t Despair
The lovely thing about Bryce Canyon in spring is that the snow tends to hang on a bit. That means the red rocks are still snow-capped and there’s a pretty white spread in the shade, while at the same time flowers are popping up everywhere. For some photographically minded, it’s the best of both worlds.
5. Life Rocks at the Resort
Of course, you don’t want to spend all your time hiking when you visit Bryce Canyon. Switch up your activities when you stay at Forever Resorts. Our gorgeous marinas, scenic safaris, tours and lodging make your Bryce Canyon trip more delightful than you could ever have imagined.
Want to find out more about what it’s like to stay with us here at Forever Resorts near Bryce Canyon? We invite you to get in touch today, and we’ll help you plan that trip right away.