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If you love the hoodoos at nearby Bryce Canyon, but don't feel like hiking down into the canyon to see them, stop at Red Canyon. The trails around the visitor center are easy and provide great views. There are also longer hikes to try in...More
We left Bryce and had a wonderful time viewing these new red formations of rocks as we traveled to Zion National Park. The Redness of these peaks and valleys were a nice contrast to what we had seen in Bryce. A nice experience while we...More
This Canyon is absolutely beautiful! It is on the drive to Bryce Canyon National Park. It has some of the same beautiful rock formations as Bryce. It has unique drive-through tunnels.
Unfortunately, it is greatly overshadowed by Bryce Canyon. It is definitely worth a stop...More
Driving from Interstate I-15 through Panguich and at the Red Canyon on highway 12, you drive through 2 tunnels on your way to Bryce Canyon National Park. Most people just drive through the Red Canyon area, but there is actually some nice scenery there in...More
A drive or hike in this beautiful red rock canyon is a treat! The rocks are so brilliantly red, redder than Bryce Canyon. It is on the road to Bryce Canyon. Skip the visitor's center...nothing there really except a gift shop. But do take a...More
Aptly named geographical feature that is full of wonderful rock formations including two over road bridges with a clearance of less than.14 feet. We have driven up and down the canyon edge and you can see plenty from the highway. As the light changes so...More
Came here because we drove through the area a few times while visiting Bryce Canyon NP. Stopped at the visitor’s center which has some decent interpretive presentation materials, lots of old photos, maps and information on the area. They have a nice gift store, too....More