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Viewpoint in Bryce Canyon National Park

Bryce Point

If you stop nowhere else along the scenic drive, be sure to catch the stunning views from Bryce Point. You can walk the rim above Bryce Amphitheater for awesome views of the Silent City, an assemblage of hoodoos so …
Viewpoint in Bryce Canyon National Park

Sunrise Point

Marking the north end of Bryce Amphitheater, the southeast-facing Sunrise Point offers great views of hoodoos, the Aquarius Plateau and the Sinking Ship, a sloping mesa that looks like a ship’s stern rising out of t…
Viewpoint in Bryce Canyon National Park

Paria View

Three miles north of Swamp Canyon, signs point to the Paria View viewpoint, which lies 2 miles off the main road. This is the place to come for sunsets. Most of the hoodoo amphitheaters at Bryce face east, making th…
Viewpoint in Bryce Canyon National Park

Rainbow Point

On a clear day you can see more than 100 miles from this overlook at the southernmost end of Bryce Canyon Scenic Dr. The viewpoint provides jaw-dropping views of canyon country. Giant sloping plateaus, tilted mesas …
Viewpoint in Bryce Canyon National Park

Swamp Canyon

The overlook at Swamp Canyon sits in a forested dip between two ridge lines that extend into the canyon as fins, dropping to hoodoo formations. From the turnout you can take a short walk through the trees and descen…
Viewpoint in Bryce Canyon National Park

Farview Point

A grand view of the tree-studded rises and benches, giant plateaus, blue-hued mesas and buttes that extend from the skirts of Bryce into the Grand Staircase, as far as the eye can see. Navajo Mountain lies 80 miles …
Viewpoint in Bryce Canyon National Park

Sunset Point

At the core of the park, near campgrounds, the lodge and all visitor services. Aside from great views of the Silent City, this point is known for Thor’s Hammer, a big square-capped rock balanced atop a spindly hoodo…
Viewpoint in Bryce Canyon National Park

Agua Canyon Viewpoint

One of the best stops at the southern end of the park, the Agua Canyon viewpoint overlooks two large formations of precariously balanced, top-heavy hoodoos that could – quite literally – fall at any time. That you c…
Viewpoint in Bryce Canyon National Park

Fairyland Point

Off Bryce Canyon Scenic Dr, Fairyland is a less-visited spot. You can see wooded views north toward the Aquarius Plateau and hoodoos at all stages of evolution, from fin to crumbling tower. This also marks the start…
Landmark in Bryce Canyon National Park

Natural Bridge

Natural Bridge is an extremely popular stop, and with good reason: a stunning span of eroded, red-hued limestone juts from the edge of the overlook. Though called a bridge, it’s technically an arch. A bridge forms w…