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Sunset Point, Bryce Canyon National Park

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  • Sunset Point is one of many nice views into the formations, but don't let the name mislead you into thinking about grandiose lighting and shadows. The rock colors do change a bit, but its subtle... 
    Sunset Point is one of many nice views into the formations, but don't let the name mislead you into thinking about grandiose lighting and shadows. The rock colors do change a bit, but its subtle...  more »
  • I went there expecting the sun setting on the hoodoos. No such luck because this is not facing the west so it is better to go to Sunrise point and see the sunrise. 
    I went there expecting the sun setting on the hoodoos. No such luck because this is not facing the west so it is better to go to Sunrise point and see the sunrise.  more »
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  • Gorgeous must visit national park. Visiting in the summer? It’s very hot. But, don’t let it fool you. It can get cold at the snap of a finger. Started the day at 99-100 degrees Fahrenheit and left around 4-5pm local time at 60 degrees Fahrenheit. We were lucky to have our jackets with us. Take lots of water and be patient with fellow visitors as there are many great areas to snap great pictures but some may be in very specific spots (like on trails). Some go just for the hikes, others want to capture them. Whichever you’re going for try to respect each other and don’t be rude to those trying to capture the moments, even if you may feel it’s excessive.
  • This is an amazing place with so much to look at you will want to stop every 100 ft and take a picture. The Queens garden and Navajo trail hike is excellent with use of the twin Bridges and Thor's hammer. I suggest getting on the trail early to beat the crowds plus starting at sunrise or sunset point before sunrise gives you an amazing view of the sun coming up over the canyon. The campsites are first come first serve and have very nice facilities.

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