Winter is really a beautiful amount of time in Utah's nature. (Photo: the bryce canyon park, utah, image by Gary from Fotolia.com )
Utah has gained itself a status among America's great park states because of its five nature: Archways, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef and Zion. As the best weather within the parks is available in the fall and spring, the wintertime can offer a less-crowded atmosphere with indescribable scenery. Think of the scene produced when fresh snow trickles lightly to the rough curves of deep-red-colored canyon walls and soaring, vibrant-orange rock support beams and you will most likely wish to explore Utah's nature in the winter months.
Southern Utah has typically moderate temps throughout winter. Zion provides the most moderate winter months, stating average levels within the 50s F and lows within the 20s and 30s. Zion Canyon may go through light snow and winter driving conditions between November and March. Archways and Canyonlands have average levels of 30-50 F and lows lower to . Large snowfall totals are uncommon, however the parks do experience snow, that make streets and trails unnavigable. Capitol Reef earnings levels within the 40s and lows within the 20s. At nearly 8Thousand ft, Bryce Canyon may be the greatest of Utah's nature and may experience greater snowfall, which could temporarily shut lower streets.
Lodging and Camping
You will find two lodges in Utah's nature: Zion Lodge is open all winter, but Bryce Canyon Lodge is closed. It's open seasonally from April through October. Some campsites are closed during the cold months, but each park offers a minumum of one open campground year-round. Of Bryce Canyon's two campsites, Sunset is closed during the cold months and North Campground is open. Camping locations are susceptible to closure because of snow.