Dark Ranger Telescope Tours is a small family business that use astronomy tourism to promote science literacy and heighten awareness about the importance of protecting natural darkness. Our Dark Ranger Observatory is located near the western boundary of Bryce Canyon National Park. Here we help protect some the darkest sky still accessible by car in North America, while simultaneously entertaining our nightly guests with one of the largest collections of telescopes in the 4-corners region (Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado).
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Yes, [sigh] we use robots instead of a call center. But that cost savings allows our robotic telescopes to be staffed well-paid, real humans... so that's something right? Besides, you've probably had more practice typing in your email and credit card number correctly than we have anyway. But if you have a question that a decent read of this website doesn't seem to answer, please call or text.
Our cell coverage is patchy (at least until we have www.starlink.com) so if we don't answer for a while, please follow up with a text message, those usually get through.
Constellation images courtesy of SkySafariAstronomy.com
Dark Ranger Telescope Tours
PO Box 239
Tropic, UT 84776