Plan a January Vacation to Bryce Canyon

We share services available, weather, what to pack, where to stay, and things to do at Bryce Canyon in January.

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Getting to Bryce Canyon in January

Driving to Bryce Canyon in January takes some advanced planning compared to driving there in the summer due to it’s remote and mountainous location.

Bryce Canyon Visitor's Center in January

It’s helpful to find out the latest road conditions, hiking trail conditions and talk to the ranger to see if they have any tips for your visit.

Bryce Canyon Photography in January

Bryce Canyon views and photo spots are spectacular! In January the snow-covered landscape is just breathtaking! 

Bryce Canyon Scenic Drive in January

Bryce Canyon scenic drive is the perfect activity if you want to see the views of hoodoos, arches and windows from various viewpoints and overlooks.

Bryce Canyon Hiking in January

The Wall Street side of the Navajo Loop is closed, but the Two Bridges side of the Navajo Loop remains open. 

Bryce Canyon Cross-Country Skiing in January

Bryce Canyon maintains miles of trails in the winter. If you are coming from out of town you can rent ski equipment in Bryce Canyon City.

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