Bryce Canyon Project
Established as a National Park in 1928, Bryce Canyon National Park covers a huge area marked by odd-shaped pillars of rock left standing from forces of erosion. You will assist with the conservation efforts of the park and get to actively contriubte to its conservation. As Bryce transcends 2000 feet of elevation, the park spreads throughout 3 climatic zones and the diversity of habitat provides for a high biodiversity. The park is home to over 100 species of birds, dozens of mammals and more than a thousand plant species. You will get to roll up your sleeves and work in one of the States’s most spectacular sceneries!
Your will be working 40 hours per week typically from Monday to Friday. The work days finish early enough to be able to enjoy your evenings and at he weekends you will have free time to explore Bryce Canyon and the surrounding area.The work can be physically demanding, days are relatively long and volunteers should be prepared for extreme weather conditions, but the camaraderie and sense of achievement is immeasurable, and the location provides a truly memorable experience!
Throughout your project you will be staying right in the National Park inmidst of beautiful scenery and if its warm you could even get to camp underneath the stars! Upon arrival you wil be provided with a tent for your personal use for the duration of your stay in Bryce Canyon National Park. You will pitch your tent in your designated camp site and you will be reponsible for it until you leave the programme.