I love this canyon. Amazy how big, amazy how beautiful and gorgeous. !http://images-3.redbubble.net/img/art/mattecolo...
rint/view:preview/1751496-4-bryce-ii.jpg! The park receives close to 1.75 million visitors annually. Visitation peaks from June through September and is at its lowest in December, January and February.Visitors can enjoy Bryce Canyon during any season. Summer days are pleasant and nights are cool at 8,000-9,000 feet. July is the warmest month, with an average daytime high temperature of 83 degrees and a nighttime low of 47 degrees. Much of the area’s precipitation comes as afternoon thundershowers during mid to late summer. Spring and fall weather is highly variable.
Cold winter days are offset by high altitude sun and dry climate. Winter nights are subfreezing. During some winters, Alaskan cold fronts descend on the Colorado Plateau region bringing temperatures as low as 30 degrees below zero. Although March is the snowiest month, the area can have snowstorms from October through April. Annual snowfall averages 95 inches, providing opportunities for cross-country skiing and snow-shoeing
The high altitude sun can burn in any season-hats and sunscreen are recommended all year. Layered clothing is good preparation for the plateau’s temperature extremes and frequent strong winds. Boots with good tread and ankle support are strongly recommended for hikes into the canyons.