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Red Canyon hike is beautiful and free

Great information and maps are available at the visitor center. We hiked the Golden Wall Trail, a... read more

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blue_skygazer
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Amazing colors!

Very cool formations and the red is so cool to see! Even better during sunset. Pretty cool bridges... read more

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naomi1709
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Reviewed yesterday

Great information and maps are available at the visitor center. We hiked the Golden Wall Trail, a 6.8 km loop that is of moderate difficulty and culminates in an amazing view about midway through. It's free, has amazing views, and best of all is a...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Very cool formations and the red is so cool to see! Even better during sunset. Pretty cool bridges to drive under!

Thank naomi1709
Reviewed 1 week ago

Before visiting Bryce Canyon I suggest to see this wonderful natural site. Red Canyon with blue sky is really fabulous but the best time to visit it is the late afternoon when the sun well light the rocks. Short and easy trail is also suggested.

Thank Andras54
Reviewed 1 week ago

Reminds me of the old west movies. Incredibly picturesque rock formations and spectacular views. Would be great to find a picnic area nearby.

Thank dads2vette
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Gorgeous view from the road or even a short easy trail path. With every turn there is another "wow, that's beautiful" moment.

Thank Richard B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We passed through this canyon on our way to Bryce Canyon. The color is amazing! It almost looks painted or artificial - that's how red it is. Even if you don't stop and get out of your car, pay close attention to the surroundings. They're...More

Thank Barbara E
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We drove through the Red Canyon on our way to Bryce Canyon. The rocks were beautiful and we enjoyed the mini-hoodoos too. I really like driving through the 2 natural arches. Nature at it's finest!

Thank Claudia T
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This park is en route between Zion and Bryce and is definitely worth a stop for an hour or so. The colours were absolutely amazing and we did a couple of small hikes and stopped at the Visitor Centre. You could spend longer doing some...More

Thank speedsister
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

My family and I traveled to Red Canyon on a slow day in the Fall and had a wonderful time Hiking amonst the Red Rocks and Hoodoos. We also traveled to the tunnels and took pictures. We would definately come again.

Thank panguitchhotel
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

So much color in a beautiful area. The visitor center has a 22 minute video. The quality of the picture was less than HD by a long shot but, still informative. Lot's and lots of people !! The staff was very very good with the...More

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Cindie S
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Courtney H
May 11, 2017|
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Yes, hwy 12 goes through Red Canyon. Hiking trails are open all the time. The visitor center and campground are closed during the off season
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