Bryce Canyon Pines

Highway 12, Mile post 10, Bryce, Utah, 84764, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Highway 12, Mile post 10, Bryce, is near Canyon Trail Rides, Navajo/Queens Garden Loop, Inspiration Point, and Sunset Point.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsBryce Canyon Pines

    Reviewed by elainehayes

    Very Helpful Reception Staff ...

    Reviewed Oct 2, 2013
    by (56 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    We booked here to be really handy for sunrise and sunset in the park, and although we didn't see these, it was still a good choice. Our room was in a separate cottage, the bed was very comfy and had a great view in the morning. We had dinner and breakfast in the adjoining restaurant and apart from having to wait a little for dinner, the food was good and the servers very friendly and helpful. When we checked in, we were told we could still see a bit of Bryce Canyon if we got the free road train from Ruby's as they have private access to part of the rim, which made our stay despite the Federal Shutdown. We would certainly stay again when we return to see Bryce open!

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    Travel Blogs from Bryce

    Back in the land of trees

    A travel blog entry by barbarabean on Jul 18, 2014

    1 comment

    Yesterday we drove north to four corners and then to Page, Az. It is tourist season and everything is crowded and has a wide variety of languages spoken. Today we aimed for Zion National Park but I missed the turn so we went to Bryce Canyon first. It was beautiful. Tomorrow we will visit Zion and head toward Las Vegas. Tori wants to take a picture of the sign.

    Bryce Canyon ... Just a Peek ... Red Canyon Better

    A travel blog entry by elainehayes on Oct 02, 2013

    2 comments, 20 photos

    On leaving Springdale, we stopped off in Grafton, a ghost town, once a Mormon settlement which had been inhabited from 1859 until the last people left in 1945. There was a cemetery where people buried included two girls killed by a broken swing, men killed by Navajo raiders as well as a whole family who died of diphtheria. There was also a church …

    God's power in creation

    A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Aug 11, 2014

    8 photos

    Cloudy, some sunny breaks, some rain, lightning, cooler temps. Around 85F, down to 69F at Cedar Breaks National Monument which was over 10,000ft up
    We drove to Kolob Terrace Rd and the 20 miles plus 1.5 of gravel road up to Lava Point Lookout. It went through a variety of landscapes: mountains, pastures, juniper & birch forests. They were resealing the road along here & again we had the Pilot Car that we had to follow as one lane was ...

    Day 17 Bryce Canyon National Park

    A travel blog entry by lindaspurgeon on Aug 06, 2014

    7 photos

    Got a slower star than we wanted today because Dad is still under the weather. Destination was Bryce Canyon and we arrived about 12:30. On the way we stopped at Pink Coral Dunes State Park. After the White Sands National Monument in NM the coral sand was lovely but our bar is very high now in rating dunes. The coral color is very unique so we are glad we stopped. As we got close to Bryce Canyon National Park we had ...

    On Scenic Byways to Bryce

    A travel blog entry by 4memorieswego on Jul 09, 2014

    1 comment, 36 photos

    ... stopped briefly at the entrance sign for our picture (we missed this on the way in). The next stop was mile marker 13 out of Monument Valley, the two-lane highway made most famous in “Forrest Gump.” This is the spot where Forrest, after his long trek criss-crossing America, decides to stop running. We weren’t the only ones who looked this up, as a few other people stopped in the same spot. We ran into a couple with their grandson from ...