Bryce Canyon National Park in the Fall

The fall months are a terrific time of year for visiting Bryce Canyon National Park. But it’s considered the busy season so be prepared for crowds.


BRYCE CANYON FALL WEATHER – September: highs 69 / lows 37 degrees F – October: highs 57 / lows high 20 degrees F – November: highs mid-40s / lows in the teens

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

Yes, the Bryce Canyon shuttle runs every day in the fall, but it’s not mandatory to ride the shuttle to access the park.

Does the Bryce Canyon Shuttle Run in the Fall?

The Bryce Canyon scenic drive is the best way to see all the park’s points of interest at each overlook you’ll see different views of hoodoos, arches and windows.

Bryce Canyon Scenic Drive in the Fall

From Bryce Canyon City to Inspiration Point, this 5 mile section of road is available to bikers to ride. The elevation gain is 746 going north to south. 

Bryce Canyon Biking  in the Fall

Bryce Canyon Stargazing in the Fall

Take advantage of seeing the night sky at one of Utah’s International Dark Sky Parks.

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