Places you should visit atleast once in Bryce Canyon National Park

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For diverse perspectives of the main amphitheater, head to Inspiration Point, which is home to three levels of..

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Inspiration Point

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If sweeping views of the hoodoos is all you want from a Bryce Canyon adventure, hit the Rim Trail

Rim Trail

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Bryce Canyon National Park's clear air, high elevation and lack of light pollution make it a prime stargazing spot

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Bryce Canyon National Park Stargazing

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One of the most popular viewpoints in the park, Bryce Point offers stunning sunrises for those willing to get up early

Bryce Point

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Beginning at Sunrise Point, Queens Garden is a 1

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Queens Garden & Navajo Loop Trails

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This scenic point offers not only amazing views, but some of the more fancifully named formations in the park

Sunrise Point

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Sunset Point is home to some of Bryce Canyon's most famous hoodoos, including the Silent City, a maze of hoodoos and..

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Sunset Point

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The park's 38-mile (round-trip) scenic drive features 13 viewpoints along the route

Bryce Canyon National Park Scenic Drive

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Located at the southern end of the park, Rainbow Point offers expansive views of the entire park back to the north

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Rainbow Point and Yovimpa Point

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One of the park's strenuous hikes, the 5

Peek-A-Boo Loop Trail

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This scenic overlook, which sits 1 mile north of the park entrance station, is a great place to see hoodoos up close

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Fairyland Canyon

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According to recent travelers, starting your Bryce Canyon experience at the visitor center is a must

Bryce Canyon National Park Visitor Center

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