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There were 18 view points along a scenic drive. Ponderosa Point was one of those we had enjoyed the most. With a elevation of 8,904, it was lightly snowing while we stopped there on November 21. The view was breath taking.
So much beauty in this park, Ponderosa was very impressive. My family enjoyed ever overlook. The Aspen trees were turning yellow and were just beautiful today. We had rain and fog but still it was a great stop.
The Ponderosa Viewpoint is one of several viewpoints along Route 63 in Bryce Canyon National Park. Here you get a view of the different steps of the Grand Staircase. At the small parking lot there are Blue Spruce and Douglas Firs and the Ponderosa Pines...More
Ponderosa Canyon (elevation 8904') is a viewpoint on the scenic drive in Bryce Canyon National Park that overlooks brilliant vermilion hoodoos in the foreground and Dixie National Forest and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in the background. There's a small parking area at this site. You...More
Stunning view, looking down at the hoodoos and the changing colors of the landscape. This is a high elevation at 9000 feet. Breathing can be a little difficult, particularly if it is cold. Take it slow and be sure to take your time at the...More