Bryce Canyon National Park's Best Photo Spots

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Bryce Canyon National Park, located in Utah, was established as a national monument in 1923 and later designated as a national park in 1928. Its unique geological formations, known as hoodoos, were created over millions of years of erosion and weathering. The park's name pays tribute to Ebenezer Bryce, a pioneer who settled in the area in the mid-19th century and helped popularize the stunning natural beauty found within its boundaries.

Check out a few of our favorite photo spots below. For a more comprehensive guide, download the Fotospot App to access our offline guides that work even when you don't have an internet connection!

Red Canyon Arch

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Queens Garden Trail

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Wall of Windows

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Tropic Ditch Falls

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Fairyland Point

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Bryce Canyon Sunrise Point

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Navajo Loop Trail

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Bryce Canyon Tower Bridge

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Farview Point

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Bryce Natural Bridge

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Yovimpa Point

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Peek-A-Boo Loop Trail

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Wall Street

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Thors Hammer

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Bryce Canyon Sunset Point

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