45. Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah
Why go: Bryce Canyon National Park is a sight to see any day, but when those famous red rocks are covered in snow, it’s something really special. The best way to experience it is via snowshoe. In fact, skiing, snowboarding, and sledding are all banned. The park offers a snowshoe program, providing guests with free snowshoes and poles, as well as expert rangers to guide you on a two-hour hike. If you want to go solo, you can access 19 miles of groomed trails from Ruby’s Inn.
Where to stay: The Lodge at Bryce Canyon, which opened in 1925 and sits at 8,000 feet above sea level, keeps its 35 Sunset Motel rooms open through January 1. After March 8, you can book any of the 114 rooms in the motel. Ruby’s Inn is also open year-round.
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