Bryce View Lodge

Address: 105 E Center Street, Bryce, Utah, 84764, United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located on 105 E Center Street, Bryce, is near Navajo/Queens Garden Loop, Canyon Trail Rides, Inspiration Point, and Sunset Point.
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          • Swimming pool


          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed


          • Business Services

          TravelPod Member ReviewsBryce View Lodge

          Reviewed by jillgreen

          Value for money and clean

          Reviewed Jul 1, 2014
          by (14 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

          Bryce View Lodge definitely comes recommended. Even though it was surrounded by a number of other hotels, it didn't create a feeling of busyness or overcrowdedness. There was also a swimming pool. It was within walking distance of restaurants, the post office and a few other places of interest. The shuttle stop to Bryce Canyon was also just a few feet away. Horse riding was one of a few activities offered. There was a lengthy bike path that started a few miles before entering Bryce Canyon City. Red Canyon was within cycling or driving distance.

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          TripAdvisor Reviews Bryce View Lodge

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          Travel Blogs from Bryce

          Schnee im Bryce Canyon!!

          A travel blog entry by alexkoeln on Apr 26, 2015

          23 photos

          Um 6:15 Uhr klingelt der Wecker. Kurzzeitig ueberlege ich, ob ich das Mistteil ausstellen soll und einfach weiterschlafen soll. Ich habe schon mit dem Gedanken gespielt den Bryce Canyon abzusagen (Wetter soll ja eh nicht so toll sein) und als ich aus dem Fenster schaue, finde ich die Idee immer besser. Strahlender Sonnenschein! Irgendwie wird das …

          Catching up from Bryce Canyon

          A travel blog entry by dicknsusan on Oct 08, 2015


          ... then back to the condo for a relaxed evening. Oh yes, more wine!

          Among the sights were Menors ferry, Maudes cabin, The Raptor Center (don't miss it if you get the chance), The original Mormon cabins, Slide Lake (created by a 50 mile landslide in the 1800's), & great huckleberry ice cream while sightseeing in the town square. At Menors ferry we encountered a young ranger-ette who was about to lock up everything for the end ...

          Red Canyon & Bryce Canyon, Utah

          A travel blog entry by offonourown2 on Sep 27, 2015

          56 photos

          ... it warns you not to go down this road at all if it rains as it is completely impassable.

          We turned down it and realised why - essentially it would become a river. The road was dirt and rocks and it was easy to imagine that water gushing down the mountains would find this the easiest way along for sure.

          Well we drove the 10 miles along this road which took us about an hour (and we were silently congratulating ourselves ...

          Animals in the Park

          A travel blog entry by dianneonthego on Aug 12, 2015

          16 photos

          ... can run at speeds exceeding 50 mph and the babies can sprint at speeds over 20 mph within a few hours of being born. They have ungulate hoofs with soft pads to cushion their legs as they run. They are vegetarians and have teeth like a horse with extra enamel for wear and tear. The orbits (eye sockets) are prominent and set high on the skull allowing them to see in a 320 degree angle. They are a little smaller than the mule deer with a distinct black, brown and ...


          A travel blog entry by dianneonthego on Jul 16, 2015

          2 comments, 11 photos

          ... is a story about how Ruby cut down a very large Ponderosa and carved a bathtub out of it. With the delicious smell of vanilla, perhaps it was one of the first spa baths in Utah.
          Another of my favorite stories is about how the Paiutes tapped the Ponderosas to gather sap to be used as a fire starter. To collect the sap, they would score the tree in a 'V' and place a small stick at the lower edge. The sticky sap would drain out of the tree and collect on the stick ...

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