Lightning Strike Kills Visitor at Bryce Canyon National 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 To Explore Ways To Expand Transportation Options

Bryce Canyon National Park, which has offered visitors a shuttle system since 2000, is launching work on a new transportation plan.

Mark Your Calendar: 2nd Bryce Canyon National Park Geology Festival July 28-30

People the world over head to Bryce Canyon National Park to marvel in its geology. Once a year the park formally celebrates that geology, and this year the park's annual Geology Festival falls on July 28-30.

Artist Setting Out To "Paint the National Parks"

Following in the footsteps, and brushstrokes, of Frederick Church, Albert Bierstadt, and Thomas Moran, a New York-based painter plans to spend the next few months exploring the National Park System and "painting the national parks."

National Park Road Trip 2011: Bryce Canyon National Park

Having fled the snowy North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park, our intrepid lodging experts, touring the West to update their book, "The Complete Guide to the National Park Lodges," find themselves...at snowy Bryce Canyon National Park.

For Women Only: 5 Percent Discount On National Park Treks With Call of the Wild

Sorry guys, this offer isn't for you...unless you want to treat your wife, girlfriend, or sister to a "women only" guided trek through some of the West's national park landscapes.

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.

Updated: Winter's Work: Plan Your Summer or Fall National Park Vacation Now

Now is the time to be planning your summer or fall vacations to the national parks.

A Year's Worth of Trails to Hike in the National Parks

Hiking trails are one of the best ways to enjoy national parks. They lead you out into nature, get you some exercise, and quite often showcase some gorgeous vistas. Here's a look back at some of the great trails we've mentioned on the Traveler during the past 12 months.

UPDATED: Hoodoos, Winter Solstice, and Lunar Eclipse Converge At Bryce Canyon National Park

The convergence of the winter solstice, a full lunar eclipse, and some of the country's darkest night skies make Bryce Canyon National Park the place to be on Monday.