This unique conference offers many opportunities to enhance your visibility experience!
Excursion to Bryce Canyon National Park
Wednesday, October 21
Technical sessions break at noon and all conference attendees are encouraged to spend the afternoon in Bryce Canyon National Park, and enjoy hiking and a fireside chat with a ranger from the National Park Service.
- A visit to the IMPROVE site and hiking at Mossy Cave Trail
- Queen/Navajo Combined Loop Hike
- Tower Bridge Hike
- Bryce Ampitheater Traverse Hike
Night Sky Program
Thursday, October 22
Gaze at the stars in the breathtakingly clear sky of the Class I protected area of Bryce Canyon through powerful telescopes. Knowledgeable professionals will be on hand to point out major constellations and attractions and provide fascinating details.
Rainbow Point Shuttle Tour
Friday, October 23, 1:30 pm - 5:30 pm
The conference will be offering a customized tour Friday afternoon, October 23 operated by Bryce Canyon Shuttle. This 4-hour round-trip tour covers 40 miles with stops along many of the park's most scenic viewpoints.
After the conference concludes, the shuttle will leave from Ruby’s Inn, and travel south to Rainbow Point, the terminus of Highway 63 through the Park. In addition to scenic stops at the rim of the Bryce Amphitheater such as Sunset Point and Bryce Point and the southernmost overlooks of Rainbow Point and Yovimpa Point, we will also visit the IMPROVE camera site near Yovimpa Point and the Bureau of Land Management optical measurement site just north of Yovimpa Point.
Conference participants are invited to participate in the Visibility Photo Contest. Submit up to 5 of your best photos of spectacular visibility, impaired visibility, or unusual optical effects. Urban, rural, and wilderness settings during either day or night are all acceptable.
Photos will be displayed at the conference and winners voted best in class by conference attendees will receive prizes from Air Resource Specialists, Inc. To enter, email a digital copy of the photo to Kristi.email@example.com by Oct. 9, 2020 and bring an 8x10 print to the conference. Start planning what you will submit now!