Rainbow Point, Bryce Canyon National Park
Categories: Geologic Formations, Hiking Trails, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots, Outdoor Activities
Designed in 1939, Rainbow Point provides a breathtaking viewpoint over Bryce Canyon National Park. Though the park offers many excellent vantage points, this one affords vistas of the entire park. Spend some time here for photo ops and take advantage of the log-cabin comfort station with restrooms. At sunset the scene is especially fantastic. Arrange to visit Rainbow Point and other attractions in Bryce Canyon National Park using our Bryce Canyon National Park trip itinerary planner.
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The 15 mile drive down here from Bryce Point is well worth it. And you can hike the Bristlecone Loop from here for even more views of the park. Once you are done here, stop at the many viewpoints on y... read more »
Rainbow point is at the end of the canyon reachable by car. it is the highest point in the park. Nice views of the whole area from here.
Definitely make time to drive out to Rainbow Point while you are at Bryce. The drive out is filled with great stops with stunning views around every corner. The colors of the canyon, trees and sky are... read more »
We started the "under-the-rim" trail here. Even if not doing a big hike, avoid the crowds and hike 1 mile along the trail and back. Absolutely gorgeous! Shuttle stops here.
Beautiful view and the best view in my opinion! Definitely worth the visit! 9115 feet never looked so good!
Worth the drive, incredible.
Blustery overlook from a high point. Inspiration point is a bit more interesting in my opinion.
Great view at 9115ft!
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