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Scenic Tour of Bryce Canyon
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Scenic Tour of Bryce Canyon

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Our little company is owned and operated by locals, born and raised.<br><br>With over 60 years of combined experience living just next door to Bryce Canyon National Park, each of our guides know all the ins and outs, and also share in a deep sense of appreciation for this incredible National Park. <br><br>Join this 3-hour comprehensive tour to explore Bryce Canyon with a local guide. Discover must-see sites while learning about the flora, fauna, history, and geology of one of the most uniquely beautiful landscapes in the world.
$46.16 per adult
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Lovtorun wrote a review Oct 2020
Midwest451 contributions101 helpful votes
Beautiful view, wonderful starting point to access the Peekaboo Trail. We arrived about 1 pm on a Saturday in October and a car was just pulling out of the small lot. Other cars were circling for a spot. The majority of people stay a short time but we wanted to hike the trail. Beautiful views going down the connector trail to Peekaboo. Not too busy. We hiked clockwise and missed most of the people coming the other direction. Returned on the same connector and enjoyed the view at Bryce Point.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Alex H wrote a review Oct 2020
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma657 contributions52 helpful votes
The first stop going into the park by shuttle and its beautiful. The overlook into the Canyon is just amazing!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Zoom_Gotti wrote a review Oct 2020
Henderson, Nevada1,234 contributions739 helpful votes
This is probably the best area on the canyon rim to begin your adventure at. If you choose to hike the rim back to Sunrise Point, you'll be heading downhill. And just for views, go out to the point overlook and take in the entire Escalante. If you look down from there, you'll note something of a trail network with hikers. Back at the parking area is the entry for access to the Under the Rim trail. A short return hike to the Hat Shop location could be added to your agenda. Or else the lengthier Peek-a-boo Loop where you'll pass the Wall of Windows, Cathedral, Fairy Castle, and the Alligator formations. And, at the same time, also take in the most amazing views of the Colorado Plateau. If you don't have the time or energy for these options, at least walk down to the intersecting trail signage where you'll get great views once again. Note that parking can be tight here; at times there will be parking control personnel. Just wait in queue. To guarantee your time here, use the shuttle bus from either Ruby's or the VC. But note the last trip times, especially in the shorter seasons.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Bill K wrote a review Aug 2020
Mantorville, Minnesota3,213 contributions275 helpful votes
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In my opinion, this is the best viewing spot in the entire park. At sunrise, if there are no clouds or smoke from wildfires the rising sun can make it appear that the tops of the hoodoos are on fire. This point has an exceptional view of the valley and all of its hoodoos.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Ron wrote a review Aug 2020
Savannah, Georgia214 contributions30 helpful votes
It is easy to get to this viewpoint and the view is simply amazing, best in the Bryce National Park imho.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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