The National Park Service has made great strides in recent years in making their facilities more accessible to those with disabilities. The Bryce Canyon Visitor Center is wheelchair accessible, including the restrooms. A half-mile section of the Rim Trail, between Sunrise and Sunset Points, is fairly level, paved, and wheelchair accessible; several of the viewpoints along the scenic drive are accessible; the Bristlecone Loop Trail, at Rainbow Point, has a hard surface and is accessible with assistance; Sunset Campground has accessible campsites, and the shuttle bus is completely accessible. Also, park rangers are extremely receptive to helping disabled travelers. Those with disabilities can obtain free admission and discounts on many park facilities, such as campgrounds.
The Utah information and referral line for people with disabilities is tel. 800/333-8824, or go online to www.accessut.org.
Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.