The Bryce Canyon Scenic Drive offers 13 stops to enjoy views of hoodoos, arches and windows at various viewpoints and overlooks.
We recommend you start at Rainbow Point at the end of the park. Then all the overlooks are on the right making it easier to stop and take photos as you make your way back to the visitor center.
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RAINBOW & YOVIMPA POINTS
From this vista you look down on a colorful scene of hoodoos in Rainbow Canyon.
Look for ‘The Hunter” and “The Rabbit”. The Hunter has a hat of evergreens and is easily seen just in front of the viewpoint. To the right is a smaller hoodoo commonly referred to as The Rabbit (the The Hunter’s prey).
It's technically an arch that was formed from a small ice window in a large prominent fin. The forces of erosion have made Natural Bridge one of the most popular Bryce Canyon views.
Photographing the sunrise at Bryce Point provides an amazing view to capture the light sweeping across the amphitheater.
From Sunrise to Sunset Point,
Panoramic view are everywhere, but zoom in an photograph smaller sections of the hoodoos to create an image with immediate impact.