The best maps of Bryce Canyon you need to plan your visit!

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Watch this for a map overview of the park

When I plan a vacation, I ALWAYS start with the map! The National Park Service creates wonderful maps of the parks that are a necessity when visiting the parks.

When you enter the park, they will give you a brochure that includes the park map. However, you can also access them online before you go.

Consider Bryce as part of “Canyon Country,” as there are many incredible things to do nearby. Here’s a collection of maps for these places!

Bryce Canyon

Picture of hoodoos in Bryce Canyon

This is the best basic overview map of the Bryce Canyon. The detailed Amphitheater map shows the major hikes at Bryce. The New Bryce Big Map will give you a nice overview of the different sections of the park.

For some reason, the national park seems to be moving to digitized maps, but the PDF maps are still the best. This is the Official Map Page for Bryce Canyon, which contains a digital map. But with it they often link to an up-to-date PDF map.

Scenic Byway 12

The Federal Highway Administration used to provide a map of Scenic Byway 12, an amazing road that you definitely want to check out!

But now it’s not on their site for some reason. We have the guide you need for this in our Bryce Canyon itinerary and audio guide.

Red Canyon

Nearby Red Canyon is administered by the Forest Service, and is also a great side trip on your Bryce vacation.

Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument

Nearby Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument is a sprawling area full of a variety of slot canyon hikes, terrifying drives, and backcountry trips. It’s so big that we cover it in two of our itineraries: Bryce Canyon and Capitol Reef. These two itineraries work well together to get you to some amazing and accessible sections of Grand Staircase.

Hiking, biking, ATV, and horseback trails near Bryce

Here’s a map of ATV trails around Ruby’s Inn and Bryce Canyon, in case you bring your own ATV or want to rent one.

The Garfield County website is an incredible resource for hiking, biking, horseback riding, and ATV trails in the area.

Our Guide

Our step-by-step itinerary has tons of maps to orient you to the right places to see, to hike, and to eat in and around Bryce Canyon. It will save you loads of time trying to figure it all out!



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