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Bryce Canyon Amphitheater

Bryce Canyon Amphitheater

The Bryce Canyon Amphitheater is a colossal 12 miles long, 3 miles wide and 800 feet deep. What makes it so impressive as you stand on any one of its scenic points (Bryce, Sunrise, Sunset or Inspiration), are the red, pink, and orange hoodoos that seem to be vigilantly standing watch over the canyon. The Bryce Canyon Amphitheater is very easy to get to and from the Visitor Center, Lodge, or Ruby’s Inn. This makes it all the more popular…

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Rainbow Point Tour

Rainbow Point Tour

The Rainbow Point Tour is the best way to see Bryce Canyon, short of being there on a week-long backpacking adventure! The tour is 4 hours long and is FREE with your admission to the National Park. The shuttle takes you 20 miles south along the winding and climbing roads all the way up to Rainbow and Yovimpa Point (elevation: 9100 feet). The tour will stop at multiple vistas up to Rainbow Point and back down with the longest stop…

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Bryce Canyon

Bryce Canyon

Located in south central Utah, Bryce Canyon is one of the most intriguing and unique National Parks that our family has ever seen. Best known for its tall rock pillars called “hoodoos”, and brilliant orange color, Bryce is captivating to say the least. As the top step of the Grand Staircase, Bryce Canyon was formed 35-55 million years ago by rivers and streams flowing through the highlands and depositing iron-rich lime sediments in the ancient lakes. On a clear day,…

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