Bryce Canyon National Park is a smaller National Park located in Utah that is packed with beauty and amazing hikes! One unique feature of Bryce Canyon National Park is the amazing hoodoo formations. According to National Geographic’s book Secrets of the National Parks, “Angka-ku-wass-a-wits (“red painted faces”) is one of several names for Bryce Canyon National Park attributed to the Paiute people, who believed the ruddy pillars of the area were their human ancestors turned to stone.” Many of the hoodoo formations look like they have faces carved right into the sides of them. Whether you go to Bryce Canyon to star gaze, hike up Wall Street, or gaze across a sea of hoodoos, Bryce Canyon is sure to capture your heart!
Top Photography Locations and Sights at Bryce Canyon National Park:
As photographers, we know that many of you will only have one chance in a lifetime to visit the National Parks. To make your life easier, we have compiled a list of our top photography locations and sights at Bryce Canyon National Park! While this is not comprehensive, and there are many more amazing sights to see, it should give you a good feel for the park.
- Bryce Point
- Sunrise Point
- Sunset Point
- Rainbow Point
- Inspiration Point
- 18 Mile Scenic Drive plus turns outs (Natural Bridge is a must see!)
- Queens Garden/Navajo Loop Combination Hike (Home to Thor’s Hammer, Queen Victoria, and Wall Street)
- Paria View
- Fairyland Point
- Yovimpa Point
- Mossy Cave
- Peek-a-Boo Loop Hike
Map of Bryce Canyon National Park:
- Featured Photo Credit: Sunset Point, Bryce Canyon National Park, Juventa Vezzani
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