• Riggs Spring Loop Trail (Bryce Canyon National Park): This little-used backcountry trail through woodland provides an opportunity to see a variety of wildlife, possibly even one of the park's elusive mountain lions.
  • Campgrounds (both Zion and Bryce Canyon national parks): It couldn't be easier to see wildlife. Simply sit quietly at your campsite, preferably when few people are in the campground, and wait. You'll see Uinta chipmunks in both parks, white-tailed antelope squirrels at Zion, and golden-mantled ground squirrels at Bryce Canyon. There are almost always plenty of birds, and you're also apt to see mule deer, especially in Watchman Campground at Zion National Park.

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