Bryce Canyon Main Viewpoints

There are only great views at Bryce Canyon National Park, but did you know that these already spectacular vistas are even better when you're in the right place at the right time? There are four main viewpoints in Bryce amphitheater.

Sunrise Point: Start your morning at Sunrise Point for one of the

Bryce Canyon – Yovimpa & Rainbow Points

Bryce Canyon view point Looking north along the Bryce Canyon rim from the southern end of the park.

Many travelers visiting Bryce Canyon National Park never make it to the canyon’s top points. But Rainbow and Yovimpa view are not to be missed! Less than a mile from each other, these stunning vistas are well worth

The History of Bryce Canyon’s Namesake

Perhaps two of the most immortalized “Ebenezers”in namesake history are the infamous Scrooge, forever celebrated as the former miser who despised Christmas, and the lesser known, Bryce, the man whose name is responsible for characterizing the other-wordly rock formations and stark landscape of Bryce

Bryce Canyon South End

Bryce Canyon National Park’s 18-mile scenic drive winds north-south through the park, ascending more than 1,000 feet to its highest elevation of 9,115 feet at Rainbow Point. While many visitors concentrate their time on the rim of Bryce Amphitheater, viewpoints offering expansive vistas far beyond

Erosion in Bryce Canyon

Effects of erosion in Bryce Canyon National Park

Several forces of nature have played a hand in the formation of Bryce Canyon’s horseshoe-shaped amphitheaters, and other similar formations in the surrounding region. While much of the landscape is the result of millions of years of changing climates and shifts and uplifts of the Colorado Plateau,

Bryce Canyon History

The history of the Bryce Canyon National Park region.

Most famous for the colorful hoodoos which rise from deep within its craggy amphitheaters, Bryce Canyon National Park also boasts a colorful past, rich in Native American lore and pioneer history. Dating back more than 10,000 years, the anthropologic history of Bryce Canyon National Park is as

Bryce Canyon Wildlife Viewing

Bring your binoculars and your camera to view wildlife in Bryce Canyon National Park.

Bryce Canyon Raven

The elevations in this Utah National Park range from approximately 7,000 feet to 9,000 feet. Bryce Canyon is home to many types of birds and animals (large and small). The most common large birds to be seen in the

5 Favorite Bryce Canyon Spots


Bryce Canyon National Park is full of so many fun things to do, it might be hard to know where to begin. There are many favorite destinations like Grand Staircase, Byway 12, Ancestral Puebloan villages, slot canyons and all of the shopping centers available, but there’s a lot about Bryce Canyon

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