Bryce Canyon National Park Summer Activities

If you love the outdoors, you’ll find lots of things to see, do, and photograph near Bryce Canyon National Park! Enjoy activities like hiking, climbing, biking, river rafting, photography and more!


Due to the higher elevation, Bryce Canyon isn't as hot as the other Utah National Parks.

– June: Highs 74° | Lows 40° F – July: Highs 79° | Lows 47° F – August: Highs 76° | Lows 45°

Park rangers are a great source of information about the park. You can also find out about Bryce Canyon Ranger-led Programs available during the summer.

Summer Ranger-led Programs

The scenic drive is the best way to see the variety of hoodoos, arches and windows in the park.   It's best to start by driving to the end of the road at Rainbow Point, then working your way down to the amphitheater.

Summer Scenic Drive at Bryce Canyon National Park

You'll find a variety of amazing photo spots to capture stunning views of Bryce Canyon's beautiful landscape. Summer is a great opportunity to photograph the hoodoos with the glow of early morning light on them.

Summer Photography at Bryce Canyon

Summer hikes are a great way to explore and appreciate this awesome National Park. 

Summer Hiking at Bryce Canyon

Bryce Canyon National Park is a Dark Sky certified park and a great place to enjoy the spectacular summer night sky. The remote location and clear sky enable incredible night views including the Milky Way.

Summer Stargazing at Bryce Canyon

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