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Bryce Canyon National Park Scenic Road Road Trip

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Southwestern Utah’s brightly colored geological delights are the main showstoppers along Bryce Canyon National Park Road, or SR 63. The route cuts through the northern part of Bryce Canyon National Park, known for its impressive collection of hoodoos. Thick stands of trees edge the tall, thin spires of sedimentary rock, which range in size from 5 to 150 feet tall.
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Pine trees mingle with hoodoos and other rock formations along Bryce Canyon National Park Road, the stretch of SR 63 between the park entrance in the north and Rainbow Point—which boasts panoramic views of the entire park—in the south. Pullouts along the east side of the scenic byway afford additional opportunities for taking in Bryce’s stunning geological features.