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  • Bryce, Utah

    Looking for the best rock climbing in Bryce? We've got you covered with the top trails, trips, hiking, backpacking, camping and more around Bryce. The detailed guides, photos, and reviews are all submitted by the Outbound community.

    Top Rock Climbing Spots in and near Bryce

    • Kanab, Utah

      Bull Valley Gorge Trail

      0.89 mi / 49 ft gain
      Bull Valley Gorge Trail is an out-and-back trail that takes you by a river located near Cannonville, Utah.
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    • Brian Head, Utah

      Canyoneering Benson Creek

      2 mi / 200 ft gain
      Disclaimer: Canyoneering is a dangerous and technical activity. Don’t enter any canyon without the skills to match it, or the knowledge to navigate it. Benson Creek is a pleasant little spot for families to hike a waterfall (Hidden Haven Falls), or a fantastic spot for canyoneers to rappel some w...
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    • Escalante, Utah

      Explore Devils Garden

      This is a great area that the whole family can enjoy. It is located about 15 miles down the hole-in-the-rock road south of Escalante, Utah. There is a sign marking the turn-off. In the parking lot there is a restroom and a picnic area.You're free to walk among the hoodoos and even on them in some...
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    • Boulder, Utah

      Camp at Deer Creek Campground

      Deer Creek campground is off of the Burr Scenic drive and right outside of the lower part of Capitol Reef National Park. This campground is perfect if you are driving from Bryce Canyon to Capitol Reef. There are a total of 7 tent sites in the campground. There are no spots for RVs and no turn aro...
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    • Kanab, Utah

      Hike Buckskin Gulch, Vermillion Cliffs Wilderness

      15 mi
      Buckskin Gulch is a natural wonder. At 15 miles long it is the longest slot canyon in the world. It sometimes is as narrow as 2ft. Because of the nature of this canyon and Utah topography this canyon is subject to deadly flash flood if it rains anywhere along the headwaters. Be sure to check in w...
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    • Mount Carmel, Utah

      Canyoneering Birch Hollow

      Birch Hollow is near Zion National Park, and accessible from North Fork Road (East Zion) past the Ponderosa Resort. If you do not hike out through Orderville into Zion National Park (ZNP) and the Narrows, then a ZNP Permit is not required (turning around and hiking back to your vehicle).The time ...
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    • Orderville, Utah

      East Rim Trail, Zion NP

      10.19 mi / 3000 ft gain
      The East Rim Trail is approximately 10-miles (one-way) and can either be started from the Eastern Entrance of Zion National Park, or more commonly from the Hidden Canyon or Observation Point Trailheads. Many people start from within Zion Canyon and do the arduous Observation Point Trail, forgoing...
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