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Yovimpa Point [CLOSED] is a 0.3 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Bryce, Utah that offers the chance to see wildlife and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from March until November.

Length 0.3 mi Elevation gain 6 ft Route type Out & Back

Wheelchair friendly

Kid friendly

Stroller friendly

Hiking

Nature trips

Walking

Bird watching

Forest

Partially paved

Views

Wildlife

Closed

No dogs

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Getting There

This trail is experiencing full or partial closure due to COVID-19. Please see the open trails nearby for alternate hiking options. This area often experiences seasonal closures. Please check road and trail status prior to your visit. Short walk on a paved trail to Yovimpa Point

Parking and Restrooms

Bryce Canyon National Park P.O Box 640201 Bryce, UT 84764 Phone:(435) 834-5322

From the visitors center drive south 28 miles on UT-63 to end of the road at Rainbow Point

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Reviews (89)
Photos (81)
Recordings (79)
Completed (278)
David Platt
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Walking

With all the stunning views in Bryce, I can't really say this one was particularly memorable. Rainbow Point across the parking was slightly nicer, while Inspiration Point was by far the best. That said, may as well take the quick detour to the point as long as you're at the end of the scenic drive

Sam Vandewater
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Dustin Lionbarger
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Hiking

Nice and easy, more great views. Not a must but hey, you made it to the end of the drive, so why not hike it!

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Emily Moreno
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Hiking

I absolutely loves everything about this trail- mostly I was pretty much alone! It’s beautiful when you turn a corner and am surrounded by canyon.

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Krissy Patterson
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Hiking

Easy. Ok views

Terry Knight
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Scenic driving

Not really a trail, just walking around the viewpoint at the southernmost end of the park. We drive to the end of the parks and stop at the pullouts on the way back.

Darren Totty
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Hiking

Well worth the drive!

Doug Neidholdt
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Hiking

four stars for the view. simple walk to an overlook.

Classified Noneoffyourbusiness
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Jennifer Kumar
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Walking

This is a short jaunt on a paved path to an impressive viewpoint. If you want an easy walk, this is a pleasant one.

Zach Alan
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Walking

hands down the second best, underrated viewpoint in Bryce Canyon NP, after Paria View - visitors often miss Yovimpa in a rush to see Rainbow Point, but they're BOTH great

Dr Steve Watts
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Hiking

Short, paved trail to Yovimpa Point. Great views and easy hike for all ages.

Corbin Stokes
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Nice view of Bryce Canyon near the Bristlecone Pine trail.

Breck Tuttle
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Hiking

Nice short walk on a paved trail to viewpoint looking south from the southern end of the many road.

Kenneth Lund
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Walking
First to Review

Very easy walk. A great viewpoint with vistas far to the south. From here, you can see Navajo Mountain, the Zion area, and a ton of beautiful surrounding country. Worth the long walk.

Ctrail Morello
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T C.
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Edwards F.
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Wade Pittrich
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Aaron Longmire
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Jade Van Doren
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Monica Schmidt
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Mchelle Evanko
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Jesse Marshall
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Grigory H.
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Amy Hsu
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Chi Woo
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Alexis Vittal
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Carley J
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LJ P.
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