The Grand Circle, Bryce

Bryce Scenic Drive

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Bryce Scenic Drive is a stunning 18-mile scenic route that winds through the park. The drive starts at the park's entrance station and ends at Rainbow Point, which is the highest point in the park at an elevation of over 9,000 feet. The drive takes you through the park's most breathtaking landscapes, including canyons, hoodoos (rock spires), and natural amphitheaters. The drive is particularly impressive during sunrise and sunset, when the vibrant colors of the canyon are amplified by the changing light.

Along the way, you can stop at several overlooks and viewpoints to take in the spectacular vistas, and there are also several hiking trails that can be accessed from the scenic drive.

You should also keep an eye out for wildlife, such as mule deer and pronghorns, which can often be spotted along the roadside. Overall, Bryce Scenic Drive is a must-do activity for anyone visiting Bryce Canyon National Park.