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If you drive to the end of the park, this is a great place to start. You can see the hoodoosand rock formations. There are trails, but they were closed due to recent fires this past fall. I liked this viewpoint, especially since it was...More
We drove out here just after sunrise with a light dusting of new snow on the ground. The road was a little icy but there was a plow and gravel truck going through often so it wasn’t too bad. It was empty when we got...More
My friends and I had an amazing experience at Bryce Canyon National Park!! I have a lifetime National Parks pass so we did not have to pay any entrance fee. I booked our free shuttle 3 days before.
I strongly suggest to book the Rainbow...More
We drove here to start our tour. This is the highest point in the park. Fortunately, the viewpoint is right adjacent to the parking lot. We even saw snow in shady places!
This viewpoint has bathrooms...of sorts. They are just permanent portable bathrooms. They are...More
Visitors to Bryce Canyon National Park are often encouraged to begin their automobile tour by driving directly to the very southern end first. From here, at Rainbow Point, at the highest elevation in the park at 9,100 feet, the entirety of the park stretches out...More
This is a FREE shuttle tour offered by the park. It is a wonderful tour that takes you to the furthest point in the park and then stops at each of the shuttle stops that the regular park shuttle does not service. Our driver was...More
While all the trails are currently closed in the very south end of the park (Oct '18) due to wildfires, it is still a good place to visit to see the forest transitions, and the great view back north over the canyon. Large parking lot.
We drove to this view point at the very end of the main park road in late September. The Riggs and Lonely fires were still active, so the road to this view point was only open during the day. Also, Yovimpo Point and Bristlecone Loop...More
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Hi Jean, we drove ourselves around the park so I can only advise on our timings. From the visitor, it is about 18 miles to Rainbow point, so that's a leisurely 45 minutes drive allowing for a few stops. At Rainbow Point... More
Hi Jean, we drove ourselves around the park so I can only advise on our timings. From the visitor, it is about 18 miles to Rainbow point, so that's a leisurely 45 minutes drive allowing for a few stops. At Rainbow Point, there's the Bristlecone Loop walk which is easy and takes about 30 minutes allowing a little time to stop and take in the views. You can spend as long as you want really - we saw most of what we wanted in three days but could easily have spent a week or more at Bryce. Have fun.