Sunrise and Sunset Points in Bryce Canyon National Park

This post is part of the ‘In 7′ photo series., where I share a moment in 7 pictures.

Bryce Canyon National Park‘s hoodoos are iconic. In visiting the park, I wanted to make get a good view of them. After visiting Rainbow Point, we headed back towards the park entrance and stopped at Sunset and Sunrise points.

The walk between Sunset and Sunrise points is a popular, easy, half-mile (one-way) trek. The path is paved, accessible, and fairly flat. It’s great for strollers and I found it to be an easy stroll with an infant. Both the walk and the two points offer great views of various parts of the park, including the famous Amphitheater.

Here are my 7 photos that captured our walk between Sunset and Sunrise points in Bryce Canyon National Park with a photo-by-photo breakdown below:


Teddy’s stroller view
A path into the Amphitheater
Looking north
Part of the path
The hoodoos
The famous exposed Limber Pine
The Amphitheater

If you liked this post, be sure to check out the rest of the “In 7” photo series.

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Smiti Nathan

I’m an archaeologist that travels around the world for both work and pleasure. I have a penchant for exploring ancient and modern places and the people, plants, and foods entangled in them. I write about archaeology, travel, and productivity.

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