Bryce Canyon National Park Travel Guide

Bryce Canyon National Park Sights

Main Park Road

  • Scenic Drive/Tour
  • Fodor's Choice

Published 01/19/2016

Fodor's Review

Following miles of canyon rim, this thoroughfare gives access to more than a dozen scenic overlooks between the park entrance and Rainbow Point. Major overlooks are rarely more than a few minutes' walk from the parking areas, and many let you see more than 100 miles on clear days. Remember that all overlooks lie east of the road. To keep things simple, proceed to the southern end of the park and stop at the overlooks on your northbound return; they will all be on the right side of the road. Allow two to three hours to travel the entire 36-mile round-trip. The road is open year-round, but may close temporarily after heavy snowfalls. Keep your eyes open for wildlife as you drive. Trailers are not allowed at Bryce Point and Paria View, but you can park them at the parking lot across the road from the visitor center. RVs can drive throughout the park, but vehicles longer than 25 feet are not allowed at Paria View.

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Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah, USA

Published 01/19/2016


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