IMPORTANT CHANGES FOR OUR GUIDED TOURS
Bryce Canyon will reopen Wednesday, May 6th as a "soft opening". This means all view points are accessible, well as most of the trails. The only restroom facility opened for public use will be at Sunset Point.
As a local private guide, to be responsible and comply with social distancing due to COVID19, I will be requesting guests meet me at the rim instead of traveling in my vehicle or having me step on with you.
Our Governor has also requested that face masks be worn when we can't distance ourselves from each other and when going into local shops, etc. Be safe out there as we move cautiously into the reopening phase of this pandemic here in Utah.
April LeFevre is a native of southern Utah and lives in the quiet little valley of Bryce Canyon National Park She has been showcasing Bryce Canyon Country for many years, it is her favorite place on earth!
She has an extensive knowledge of the rich history and unique geology of the area and would enjoy sharing her expertise and enthusiasm with you.
..."April was an enchanting and incredibly knowledgeable guide. Our tour of Queen's Garden was brought alive by her moving stories and personal connection with Bryce"...
Simon & Jane - London, England
..."her delightful voice and gracious manner made our visit a delight. She has a wonderful sense of the park -past, present and future - and her stories and knowledge of the park and surrounding area are informative and entertaining. Hopefully you will also enjoy the "April Experience"...
Patricia & Jeff - Oakland California
The LeFevre's are fifth generation cattle ranchers in the Bryce Valley area and own the Rocky Bottom Ranch located underneath the pink cliffs of the Paunsaugunt Plateau
April's great grandfather was a respected brick and stone mason in the area and helped set the stone on the Bryce Canyon Lodge back in the 1920's.
Because this is YOUR EXPERIENCE at Bryce Canyon Country, we can customize your time, here are a few favorite suggestions. . .
Along with viewing the rim, get right into the belly of the canyon and walk among the Hoodoos. A moderate hike. Allow 3 hours minimum. $75 per hour for up to 4 guests. Contact us for pricing for larger groups.
See every view point Bryce Canyon has to offer by including a road trip to the south. You will be able to see Natural Bridge, The Hunter Hoodoo, and up to 100 miles into the horizon. If you love taking photos, this is the combination for you. Allow 4 hours minimum. $75 per hour for up to 4 guests. Contact us for pricing for larger groups.
Start your day early to experience the sun wake up the canyon. You can include a walk along the rim trail to enjoy the minute by minute show. You can also choose to add a hike into the canyon. Allow 2 to 4 hours. $75 per hour for up to 4 quests. Contact us for pricing for larger groups.
Enjoy the cooler temperatures by starting late in the afternoon and witness the colors start to change in the canyon, as the sunsets are as beautiful to the east as they are to the west. $75 per hour for up to 4 guests. Contact us for pricing for larger groups.
If you are bringing a tour into Bryce Canyon country, give your guests the most memorable experience by having a local guide share all the best places, entertaining information, and history. Prices vary by length of tour. Contact us for details.
Contact us to create your experience, tailored just for your time frame and hiking abilities. The possibilities and combination are endless and Bryce Canyon Country has so much to offer. I would love to share my favorite place with you.
Prices do not include your entrance fee for Bryce Canyon or local State Parks
*cancellation policy: a refund of deposit (minus $10 processing fee) will be an option with 48 hour cancellation notice. For large groups, tour balance is due 30 days prior to date booked. Also for large groups, 30 day cancellation notice is required for considering a refund. No refund for weather related cancellations.