Arizona Trailblazers Hiking Club
Bryce Canyon Car Camping
May 31-June 4, 2021
The trip A multi-day car-camping trip to Bryce Canyon National Park (BCNP).

Join us for a unique and exciting adventure on the eastern edge of the Paunsaugunt Plateau in south central Utah. Together we’ll explore some unusual scenic beauty and scientific interest / importance. BCNP was originally established on June 8, 1923. On June 7, 1924, the monument ’s name was changed to Utah National Park and it was transferred to the National Park Service. On February 25, 1928, Utah National Park was changed to Bryce Canyon National Park. Subsequent legislation enlarged the park to its current size of 35,835 acres.

Hoodoos, amphitheaters and arches of Bryce are like a geologist’s fantasy land!
Dates Monday, May 31, to Friday, June 4, 2021.
Cost
•  Group1 Campsite at Sunset Campground has been reserved for $280. Maximum of 15 people and/or 8 Vehicles. Cost will be divided among all participants.
BCNP entrance fee is $35/vehicle. (a National Park Pass or Senior Pass per car will save you the entrance fee to the Park for all passengers in that car).
Your share of gasoline and any other expenses if carpooling.
Weather Bryce Canyon
End of May highs are typically in the 70s F, night time lows in the typically in the low 40s.
To get there Park address:
   Bryce Canyon National Park
   UT-63
   Bryce, Utah 84764
GPS coordinates:  Latitude: N 37° 38' 24" / Longitude: W 112° 10' 12"
Contact    Email the leader to confirm.
Additional
Notes
•  The size of this group will be limited, so first signed up, first in, with a waiting list to start after we reach 15 participants.
Tents as well as RVs, Travel trailer, Tent trailer and Pickup are welcome. These recreational vehicles are included the Maximum of 8 vehicles.
Previous Trailblazers car-camps:
August 27-31, 1998
September 7-13, 2014
BCNP  Map - Brochures - Hiking.

updated January 10, 2021