Start your day early and head to the park's Visitor Center to get your bearings and obtain park maps and information.
Take the scenic drive to Rainbow Point, which is the southernmost point of the park, and stop at the various lookout points along the way to take in the breathtaking views of the colorful hoodoos and natural amphitheaters.
Hike the Bristlecone Loop Trail, which is a 1.1-mile easy hike that takes you through an ancient forest of Bristlecone Pine trees, some of which are over 1,800 years old.
In the evening, attend one of the ranger-led programs offered by the park, such as a night sky program or a guided walk.
Rise early and make your way to Bryce Point for sunrise. The view of the hoodoos at sunrise is truly magical and should not be missed.
After sunrise, hike the Navajo Loop Trail, which is a 1.3-mile moderate hike that takes you down into the canyon among the hoodoos and other rock formations.
Take the park shuttle to the Sunset Point area and hike the Queen's Garden Trail, which is a 1.8-mile moderate hike that takes you through the canyon floor and offers spectacular views of the hoodoos.
End the day with a relaxing sunset at Inspiration Point, one of the most popular lookout points in the park.
Take an early morning horseback ride through the park, which is a unique way to experience the beauty of the canyon.
Drive to Bryce Canyon Lodge and hike the Rim Trail, which is a 5.5-mile easy hike that takes you along the rim of the canyon and offers stunning views of the hoodoos and surrounding landscape.
End your visit by taking in the sunset at Bryce Point, one of the best places to watch the colors of the canyon change as the sun goes down.