The major attraction of the large park is the stunning view of the red-pink towering
Hoodoos rock formations. Perfectly located below the high rim-line you will be
amazed by the natural huge amphitheater-like landscape below.
This park can be visit year round, very hot at summer and at winter because its
high altitude you can experience very cooled weather and snowstorms. Most of
the viewpoints and relatively short-medium hikes are open also during snowstorm
but visibility can be limited, and visibility is what bring you to this
Note: On top of park campsites you can find hotels at the nearby park entrance.
thoughts: one of the best US National parks, you can just stop at the amazing
viewpoints or take a 3 hr walk into the landscape.
do park. Highly recommended to be at the viewpoints during sunset or sunrise.
years back I visited the far south end of the park, at the end of the road. It
was nice drive, but I do not remember this is a must do trip.
canyon is a large park, but most of the recommendations are referring to the
first section of Bryce Amphitheatre.
visit to the park can include only the high rim viewpoints where you see the
amazing Bryce “Hoodoos Amphitheatre”. Recommended viewpoints are: Sunrise,
sunset, inspiration and Bryce point.
highly recommended to hike down into the Amphitheatre where you get completely
different perspective, interment and closeup interaction with the landscape.
Amphitheatre ~3.5 miles loop trail is from Sunrise to Sunset viewpoints or you
can also do this in the opposite direction.
Queen’s garden trail to wall-street switchbacks, going back to starting point
on the rim trail.
are other hikes in the main park section, you can hike to the other side and
reach Bryce point or hike to Bryce Canyon Tower Bridge or to Mossy Cave.
visitors stay around the Amphitheatre section, but you can continue further on into
the park all the way to Yovimpa Point where you have nice view countless miles
to south landscape below.