Bryce Canyon 8 Spectacular Natural Views


Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah, USA, is a series of natural amphitheaters with hoodoos, which are thin rock spires formed by erosion.

Bryce Canyon unveils Earth's artistry in 8 awe-inspiring views, a peerless display of natural magnificence that captivates with unparalleled beauty.

See Bryce Canyon and Grand Staircase from two overlooks at park’s south. Pink and Vermilion Cliffs from 9,100 feet. Hike Riggs Spring Loop. 

Rainbow and Yovimpa Points


See Bryce Canyon’s arch at this viewpoint. Erosion of Claron Formation rock sculpted Natural Bridge, a deep red arch in the southern park.

Natural Bridge


From this overlook, you'll see rock formations and the Kaibab Plateau, home to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. Enjoy views of hoodoos, fins, caps, and layers of the Grand Staircase.

Farview Point


For a stunning sunset, head to this overlook in the north park. Rock formations face west for perfect light, with slot canyons below and possibly peregrine falcons in the sky.

Paria View


Enjoy park’s amphitheater views at sunrise. Peek-a-Boo Loop Trail starts here. Under-the-Rim Trail: 23 miles, hoodoos, creeks, ridges. Permit needed.

Bryce Point


Discover the awe-inspiring beauty of Sunrise Point: Silent City, Thor’s Hammer, vibrant Claron Formation colors, ancient Douglas firs, and stunning sunrise vistas.

Sunrise and Sunset Points 


This viewpoint offers a unique perspective of the amphitheater with hoodoos arranged in geometric patterns. Admire the diverse colors and textures of the rock layers here.

Inspiration Point


This viewpoint offers a lush canyon contrasted with barren rock walls. Spot Swamp Canyon Butte and access the 4.3-mile Swamp Canyon Connector Trail.

Swamp Canyon


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