Sunset Point, Bryce Canyon National Park
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Sunset Point is located in Bryce Canyon National Park. Plan to visit Sunset Point and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Bryce Canyon National Park attractions using our Bryce Canyon National Park travel itinerary planner.
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Bryce Canyon est vraiment magnifique Mon parc préféré lors de notre périple dans l'Ouest américain La balade de Sunrise à Sunset n'est pas difficile Environ 1,6 mile A faireBryce Canyon is really beautiful my favorite Park during our journey in the American West Sunrise walk at Sunset is not difficult about 1.6 mile A doshow original
Easy to access and great views of the hoodoos in the canyon below. Wasn't there at sunset, but it was beautiful earlier in the day. From there it is an easy walk over to Sunrise Point.
We were not here for the sunset, but the brochure says it is a great place to see the sunset. We saw the hoodoos below us and started our hike along the Rim Trail here, a very beautiful place to hike.... read more »
Great hike. Not too long but strenuous switchbacks going down and then again going back up. We did Navajo loop trail. Limited parking at trailhead but only waited 5 min for a spot even tho sign said lot was "full."
What can one say about Bryce Canyon National Park? They awe inspiring beauty, the natural wonders that await around every corner are breathtaking. One can't really appreciate the beauty until you are actually in the Canyon itself. I spent two different days here to explore. I hiked a few of the trails. I suggest bring plenty of water, take only picture and leave only footprints. Don't touch the hoodoos they are sculpted by wind and water. Try the Rainbow point as well. Look for the Natural Arch, crazy cool.
A must see. Colours were amazing once the sun came up. Nightsky at this place is also impressive.
I made a trail hiking on Navajo loop in June, 2014. You will never be bored on this trail because there are many amazing views. You should take your camera even if you usually don't take so many photos. It may not be very long trail for some persons, however, the elevation gap will make you thirsty. Don't forget to take enough water. I was asked to give some water by a backpacker.
Totally worth the trip. Amazing hoodoos and stunning red Rock. Definitely something to see.
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