Bryce Canyon provides an amphitheater of Hoodoos, tall and skinny rock spires rising from the deserts of the Colorado Pleateau. Its stunning overlooks, immersive trails and mirage of colors provide an unforgettable experience to be had nowhere else on Earth.

Agua Canyon

Overlook with unique hoodoo formations and Navajo Mountain serving as the backdrop

Agua Canyon

Black Birch Canyon

Dramatic overlook on the way to rainbow point featuring rugged canyons covered with Blue Spruce, Douglas Fir and White Fir trees

Black Birch Canyon

Bristlecone Loop Trail

1-mile loop trail highlighting bristlecone pine trees, the oldest living organisms on Earth with some up to 1800 years old

Bristlecone Loop Trail

Bryce Point

One of the most dramatic overlooks in the park named after Ebenezer Bryce, early pioneer who settled the valley in 1870

Bryce Point

Fairyland Point

Less-visited portion of the park that provides an up-close look at the hoo-doos

Fairyland Point

Natural Bridge

Famous overlook known for its iconic arch created by eroding limestone

Natural Bridger

Inspiration Point

Steep overlook providing spectacular views of the amphitheater

Inspiration Point

Navajo Loop Trail

1.4 mile loop trail winding through towering hoo-doos of 'Wall Street' and 'Silent City' *Steep descent at the beginning and steep ascent at the end

Navajo Loop Trail

Rainbow Point

The highest portion of the park reaching more than 9,000 feet with sweeping views of the entire park and surrounding wildlands of Utah

Rainbow Point

Rim Trail

The best way to experience Bryce Canyon is by walking its Rim Trail. Can be hiked in any length by starting at any overlook in the amphitheater. The complete trail begins at Fairyland Point and ends 11 miles later at Bryce Point.

Rim Trail Bryce Canyon

Sunrise Point

Beautiful overlook with the Aquarius Plateau as the backdrop

Sunrise Point

Sunset Point

One of the most-photographed spots in the park

Sunset Point

Thor's Hammer

A favorite formation seen from Sunset Point

Thor's Hammer

Yovimpa Point

The other side of Rainbow Point overlooking 'The Grand Staircase' formation

Yovimpa Point
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