It is in southern Utah near the Zion parks and the northern are of the Colorado Canyon. Its name comes from the Mormon Pioneer Ebenezer Bryce and although his name appears to indicate that it is a canyon, it is in fact a huge natural amphitheater created by erosion. Although the park has a road of almost 30 kilometers, most people only do two visits:
- From Sunset Point to Bryce Point, along the Amphitheatre (both on foot and by car).
- Navajo Loop Trail, walking through the geological formation, hoodoos.