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Kane County, Utah

Rainbow Popint for Sunset

Originally added by Andy Woodward

Highest Point in BryceAmazing view of the whole area Easy Parking

Rainbow Point is at the end of the Bryce Canyon 18-mile drive and is often disregarded. However, this is probably one of the greatest features of the park because of its amazing views. Once you park, you'll find lots of short trails and a small museum-like building that show a brief history and geology of the canyon. To the left of this ios the most well-known vista point where you'll see the entire Bryce Canyon Ridge and the Canyons and as far as other nearby parks and plateaus. And on top of this it's easily accessible to wheel-chairs and handicapped persons! I highly recommend it.

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Easy Parking
Family Friendly
Handicap Accessible
Picnic Area


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