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Excellent View/Limited parking

This is one of the many pull off areas as you return to the entrance. This pull off is great for... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Casey1919
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Somerset, Pennsylvania
Amazing Views!

You can either hike up a trail from the bottom of the canyon via the Peekaboo Loop, or simply drive... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
mark837
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Jermyn, Pennsylvania
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is one of the many pull off areas as you return to the entrance. This pull off is great for panoramic viewing of the canyon. Excellent long distance viewing as will as close in views of hoodoo's and colored rocks. We visited in the off season and were able to find parking at almost all of the pull offs. However, if there are lots of visitors, take the shuttle. It will give you more time at each stop. A wonderful viewing pt.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

You can either hike up a trail from the bottom of the canyon via the Peekaboo Loop, or simply drive from the visitors center to a nearby parking lot where you can have a short walk to the observation area. When we were there in October, they received snow the day before and this trail was treacherous so we opted to drive to this amazing viewpoint of the canyon Amphitheatre.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Easy to reach with the NP shuttle bus service (well organised).

we did walk along the rim and every angle is a bit different.

Thank Robert W
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This is one of 13 viewpoints to see the canyon. None of them should be missed. Just remember the high elevation makes for thinner air. Don’t over exert yourself.

Thank Terri P
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Bryce Point in Bryce Canyon National Park is famous for its extraordinary sunrises. Visitors are amazed by the scenic vistas of the full amphitheater and all its wonders. From here you can watch the tops of hoodoos set alight as if by fire from the first rays of the rising sun. Like fire, the orange light quickly spreads driving shadows from all but the deepest recesses of the amphitheater. Bryce Point is a popular hangout for Golden-mantled Ground Squirrels and Uinta Chipmunks. These rodents have become dangerously bold because people with good intentions have abused these animals by feeding them. But feeding wildlife is a violation of state law. Please don't feed the wildlife. Meanwhile, geologic features visible from Bryce Point illustrate pieces of the natural history of the area. Visitors stand on the conglomerate at Boat Mesa that caps the Claron Formation along the rim from Bryce Point to Inspiration Point, a remainder from a time when nearby areas were being uplifted by volcanic activity and eroded by streams. This is a popular destination for hikers. The Peek-a-boo Loop Trail is a steep but spectacular hike past the Wall of Windows and the Three Wise Men. The 23-mile Under-the-Rim trail also descends from Bryce Point and heads south toward Rainbow Point through the less traveled backcountry of Bryce Canyon.

Thank Taylor B
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Reviewed October 13, 2018

Limited parking here, so take the shuttle bus. Impressive views via a rock formation that sticks way out into the canyon. You can see hikers from here in every direction. Better yet, hike down into the canyon as far as you are able for even more exciting views.

Thank Gafilpoo
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Reviewed October 8, 2018

This is one of the four amazing viewpoints overlooking the Bryce amphitheater. It’s a must see when you visit the park, but it’s also probably the most difficult to park at. There’s often a ranger standing in the road leading to Bryce Point, telling the approaching cars to turn around, so that they don’t create a line of cars waiting to park. To see this view point, it’s best to either go early or late, or take the shuttle.

Thank travelerfromsj
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Reviewed October 6, 2018

Breathtaking spot to view the canyon. Out of this world rock formations. And a guardrail at the lookout. Just marvel at what millions of years of nature can create!

Thank Katgalmusic
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Reviewed September 30, 2018

Bryce Point is the furthest SE spot to view the Amphitheater area. It is a walk from the parking lot or a long trail from Inspiration Point. Well worth getting to for the views and about the best place to see hikers and horse riders on the trails below. The town of Tropic is also visible here.

Thank BillJoyce2014
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Reviewed September 29, 2018

Bryce Point is at 8300 feet in the national park. There is a large parking lot and a short trail to see the scenic views of Bryce Canyon from this elevation.

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