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Yovimpa Point

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Yovimpa Point

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Southern End of Highway 63, Bryce Canyon National Park, UT
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Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks Small Group Tour from Las Vegas
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Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks Small Group Tour from Las Vegas
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Get an early start with this road trip to two amazing national parks in southern Utah: Zion and Bryce Canyon. Departing from hotels on the Las Vegas Strip, spend an entire day exploring these natural wonders. Discover them on hikes with a small group and a guide who knows the terrain.
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it's the end point of the scenic drive in the Bryce Canyon National park, it shared the same parking lot with the rainbow point, after you parked the car at Rainbow point, you can walk a few minutes to this Yovimpa point, there are some hoodoos view at this point. When we went
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As others have suggested, if one is doing the scenic drive, come straight here; then hit all the viewing points on the way back. That way, one avoids crossing traffic when entering and exiting each pull off; which is much easier, and safer. This then becomes the first of
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The overall views are amazing but if you take a look at spots off in the distance you will see other beauties. Even enjoyed watching the chipmunks run around on the rocky edges.
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Right next to Rainbow Point (which looks north), Yovimpa Point looks south and provides a view unlike any other in the park. It is easily accessible to the elderly, handicapped and small children, since you literally get out of your car and you're there. The only "drawback" is
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You see fewer of Bryce's iconic hoodoos from this side, but what you do see is miles and miles of the Grand Staircase pretty much as far as the Grand Canyon itself. Amazing views, and since it's right by the parking lot it's totally accessible.
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