How Bryce Canyon National Park can best be served by a transportation plan is a topic up for consideration at the Utah park.
A German visitor who was trying to seek shelter from a thunderstorm at Bryce Canyon National Park was killed when lightning struck the Ponderosa pine he was standing under.
Bryce Canyon National Park, which has offered visitors a shuttle system since 2000, is launching work on a new transportation plan.
Record 2010 Visitation at Bryce Canyon National Park, Steady Visitation At Great Smoky Mountains National Park
While Bryce Canyon National Park counted a record number of visitors in 2010, at Great Smoky Mountains National Park visitation was flat from 2009.
A number of conservation groups, including the National Parks Conservation Association, has asked the Utah Supreme Court to order a halt to work at a surface coal mine located roughly 10 miles from Bryce Canyon National Park as the raven flies.
Bryce Canyon National Park is renowned for its colorful amphitheaters and starry skies. Visitors to that park could, however, soon have to contend with convoys of rumbling coal trucks and dusty skies if a coal mine goes in roughly 10 miles from Bryce Canyon.