Amazing, magnificent. Lots to see as a drive, better if you can hike. Always plan to have a meal at all of the national parks Lodges. They are usually historic. Never a disappointment. Just a short walk from the Lodge to the edge of the glorious Bryce Canyon.
Most beautiful park I've seen. Colors are just amazing. Trail ride to bottom of canyon was fun. Hiked Navajo pass to wall street...very beautiful hike but also quite steep at end. Worth it if you are fit.
One of my favorite national parks. The shuttle service makes it a great choice for people with young kids, or who would otherwise like to avoid a lot of hiking. You can just hop on the shuttle and get off edge time you want to see something, and there will be another shuttle there to pick you up 10 minutes later. If you are into hiking and you want a more intense experience, you will also find that this is a great place for you.
Easily doable in a day, not that busy as far as National Parks go. We did the scenic drive which was nice, but the most beautiful things were all the points within the first 3 miles of the park. We hiked the queens garden and Navajo trail along with peekaboo trail for 6 mile combination hike. Definitely worth it! If you can only do one hike do the Navajo loop along wall street. As the name implies it through a wall of canyons and is spectacular! Make sure to stop at Bryce point as well, it is the best view of the park!
Bryce Canyon is without a doubt one of the most beautiful spots in the country. It is also a great National Park if you enjoy hiking. The claim is often made that the Queen's Garden - Navajo Loop combined hike is the best short hike in the country. It was great but I highly recommend Peekaboo Loop and Fairyland Loop trails to people who are up for longer and more strenuous hikes. If you enjoy wildlife, don't forget to stop by the prairie dog viewing area.