Bryce Canyon NP Scenic Drive is a 20.5 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Bryce, UT that offers scenic views and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and scenic driving and is accessible year-round.
Bryce Canyon NP Scenic drive is 18 miles along hwy. 63 from 12 hwy until it ends at the south end of hwy 63 in Bryce Canyon NP. Many of the park's highlights can be seen by the numerous overlooks. Hwy 63 drops south from Hwy 12 and runs through the main part of the park, past the visitor center, the campgrounds and all of the park's scenic overlooks. Major Points along Hwy 63 (Swamp Canyon Trailhead,Farview Point, Aquarius Plateau , the Kaiparowits Plateau , Molly's Nipple , Natural Bridge, Agua Canyon, Ponderosa Canyon, Rainbow Point and Yovimpa Point.
Gorgeous. Easy stops to take pictures.
Everywhere you drive in this area is awesome...
Beautiful drive. Colors are spectacular.
Great Place to visit. Lots of formation and lots of red.
We did the drive on a cold December day after hiking Fairyland loop. It was 22 degrees when we started the hike and we saw absolutely no other hikers on the trail that day. Can't imagine why. So, getting back to the car and cranking up the heater was a treat, and we decided to see as much of the rest of the park as possible by car that day. Fortunately the roads were clear and dry and the views spectacular. Get out on a couple of trails too if you can. You won't be disappointed.
Pretty drive through Bryce Canyon National Park. Many beautiful sites that are just off the road.
Beautiful! Good amount of snow for kids to play in and no one was there since we went in the off season!! My kids loved it!!
This was an awesome drive. I enjoyed the SNOW all along the road and lining the mountains. The contrast of the snow against the Red Rock was unbelieveable.Beautiful day. I felt blessed like I had this window of opportunity to witness this gorgeous scenery before the snows come and they close this awesome road!!
This was a very beautiful and relaxing way to view this park. It has many stops and viewpoints to see along the way. I saw numerous deer along the way back as it neared 6pm they all seemed to be coming out. It was a blessing to do this drive with an enthusiastic like-minded person who wanted to explore every stop and take the time to read about the rock formations and take PICTURES!!! Have fun!! Anyone can do this drive and enjoy the park!
Closed out the day by taking this drive. Make sure you drive slow and make all the appropriate stops. Saw just under 30 Pronghorn Deer during this beautiful drive on this summer evening.
Bryce Canyon NP is not really a canyon at all. It's a ridge (8000'+) about 20 miles long that overlooks a masterpiece of eroison. It's really one of America's gems.
Bryce canyon is a natural wonder and seldom can you see so much from the window of your vehicle. I did this drive when hurrying through the area. I have always wanted to go back. Many trails and other sites in the area.