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#1 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Bryce Canyon National Park
The Rim Trail passes through Inspiration Point and can be followed to/from other viewpoints on the canyon edge: Bryce Point (1.6 miles, closed in winter), Sunset Point (.7 mile), Sunrise Point (1.2 miles), and Fai...
... Point and walked the two or more miles along the Rim Trail down to Sunset Point stopping at Inspiration about half way! Due to its commanding height and projection beyond the canyon face it gives the best vista.
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#2 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Bryce Canyon National Park
This 3 mile loop can be intense at the end when you are climbing up out of the valley back to Sunrise Point, but it is definitely an easier route to start at Sunset Point, climb down through Wall Street, walk thro...
Sunset Point is a scenic viewpoint overlooking the amphitheater of stunning vermilion hoodoos in Bryce Canyon National Park and is the home of the famous formation known as Thor's Hammer*.
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#3 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Bryce Canyon National Park
It overlooks the Bryce Amphitheatre and all its fantastic hoodoos and colourful cliffs.The Rim Trail starts here and it is also where the trailhead for the Peek-a-Boo Loop Trail is.
The Rim Trail ends at Bryce Point and can be followed to/from other viewpoints on the canyon edge: Inspiration Point (1.6 miles, closed in winter), Sunset Point (2.3 miles), Sunrise Point (2.8 miles), and Fairylan...
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#4 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Bryce Canyon National Park
... horseback excursions, paved Rim Trail* to overlooks at Sunrise Point* (Queens Garden Trail) and Sunset Point* MM2.2 Sunset Point* Parking: overlook, picnic area, restroom, Thor's Hammer* formation, Rim Trail*,...
Bryce Canyon offers the most magnificent and mesmerizing views you can imagine ... the sensation of driving over the fairly flat plateau with some trees, and then reaching the edge of the plateau and looking into...
#5 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Bryce Canyon National Park
And I think it's the best place to start hiking down into the canyon, since the two trailheads here (Navajo and Wall Street) are the two steepest and funnest trails down.
The vista starts off with the bright orange sandstone trail with many switchbacks ( zig zags) each one revealing truly breathtaking scenery.
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Natural Bridge

Bryce 2.5 mi away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Bryce
Just when you think you've captured the most beautiful picture.. you turn the corner and AAAAA there it is!! so much beauty, make sure you have a large enough memory card on your camera!!! Bryce canyon, along with...
The various shades of the red soil and rock formations coupled with the contrasting white snow sets a spectacular vista which one can sit for hours and just gaze at the beauty provided by mother nature.
#6 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Bryce Canyon National Park
Rainbow Point (elevation 9115') is an amazing viewpoint at the southern terminus of the scenic drive in Bryce Canyon National Park that overlooks colorful cliffs and fascinating hoodoos below.
It's an almost indescribable beauty, especially if you happen to be there just after sunrise or just before sunset, the hues of low sun paint the rocks in gorgeous palette of pastel colors.
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#7 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Bryce Canyon National Park
We hiked the Bristlecone Loop Trail which was basically an easy hike even with the rain.
Amazing views, and since it's right by the parking lot it's totally accessible.
#8 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Bryce Canyon National Park
The easy Rim Trail follows the edge of the canyon for 5.5 miles one-way from Fairyland to Bryce Point and passes Sunrise Point, Bryce Canyon Lodge, Sunset Point, and Inspiration Point.
It's also a great place to park if you're hiking Fairyland Loop, since there's usually must less congestion here than in the main ampitheater lots.
#9 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Bryce Canyon National Park
Farview Point (elevation 8819') is a viewpoint on the scenic drive in Bryce Canyon National Park that overlooks an arch among the colorful hoodoos below.
It is awe inspiring, a sprawling reserve in southern Utah, known for crimson-colored spire-shaped rock formations, known as hoodoos.
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#10 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Bryce Canyon National Park
Paria View (elevation 8175') is a scenic viewpoint that overlooks a canyon full of fascinating and colorful hoodoos, with Dixie National Forest as a backdrop.
This Park just keeps presenting amazing views that change with your point of view.