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BRYCE CANYON NATIONAL PARK, Utah — Bryce Canyon National Park is gearing up for the summer season as facilities reopen, hours are extended and construction projects are scheduled to begin.
Due to winter conditions that inhibit the park’s ability to respond to emergencies, hiking is only permitted for now along the Rim Trail between Inspiration and Fairyland Points, and the Mossy Cave Trail. The park is making regular assessments of conditions and hopes to make additional areas accessible as soon as possible.
Meanwhile, plow crews are working to reopen the park’s southern scenic drive beyond mile 3, and are hopeful to restore access in April.
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