Bryce Canyon National Park in September

September weather is just about perfect to enjoy outdoor Bryce Canyon activities. The mornings and evenings will be cool and the daytime temperatures will be just right!


The Bryce Canyon shuttle runs every day in September, but it’s not mandatory to ride the shuttle to access the park. The shuttle buses take visitors to the Bryce Amphitheater area of the park.

The park is open 24 hours a day, every day of the year. Be sure to check the Bryce Canyon website for the most updated information for the visitor center hours and closures in September.

September weather at Bryce Canyon is pretty much perfect with highs around 70 and lows around 42 degrees Fahrenheit.

Bryce Canyon Scenic Drive

Start by driving to the end of the road at Rainbow Point then make your way back to the amphitheater so all the overlooks are on the right making it easy to pull into the parking lots!

Bryce Canyon Hikes in September

You’ll find easy, moderate and strenuous Bryce Canyon hikes to accommodate all levels of hikers.

Bryce Canyon Photography in September

The Bryce Canyon views are unique and iconic so be sure to have your camera gear ready, especially at sunrise!!

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