Officials at Bryce Canyon National Park announced today that the burning of debris piles created from a recent fuel reduction treatment project at Rainbow Point is expected to begin this month. Rainbow Point is located at the south end of the Bryce Canyon Scenic Drive, 17 miles from the parkâs Visitor Center. No closures are anticipated.
Temperatures are steadily rising, snow is retreating, and warm breezes are filled with the smell of pine needles along Bryce Canyonâs roads and trails. Come and enjoy our stunning landscape during this special time.
Visitation is beginning to pick up at Bryce Canyon National Park as seasonal facilities reopen, hours are extended, and construction projects are scheduled to begin.
With 2,679,478 recreational visits in 2018, Bryce Canyon National Park has seen another record year for annual visitation.