Worth getting up early for the sunrise, so peaceful and beautiful to see the light changing in the Canyon.
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It was clear sky for us and we reached 40-45 minutes before sunrise. We found a good spot as well. May be its just me, but I expected to be rewarded with stunning colors like the ones you would see on Google/Bing images. Definitely not...More
I visited Sunrise Point twice: once in the afternoon as the starting point of the Queens Garden/Navajo trail and then in the following morning. Unfortunately I could not make it at sunrise but the light was still very nice when I was there. Recommended!
It's amazing place, so the rating must be at least very good, however I visited both sunset and sunrise point (had to wake up very early as we were an hour and half drive from the place) and it was ok light, but sunsets are...More
Easy to get to and wonderful views of course, We went into the canyon at Sunset and came out of the Canyon at Sunrise Point.
The views from Sunrise Point are wonderful, but the best way to experience the splendor of Bryce is to hike down into the canyon. This is one of the ideal places to begin such a hike.
You get a different view of the canyon at each viewpoint. This one is just a short walk to the Bryce Lodge and where you get the trails rides into the canyon. There is also a trail into the canyon here as well.
It is worth to wake up earlier to see the sunrise. Be prepared take warm clothes, it can get pretty cold before sunrise. Just a short walk from the Lodge. Incredible colours and formations. It is just beautiful to see the sunrise over the amphitheatre....More
Sunrise Point is situated along the Rim Trail near the Lodge in Bryce Canyon National Park. Here you can enjoy extended views into the Bryce Amphitheatre and the canyon floor area. The name of the viewpoint gives hint that this is a popular spot for...More
Sunrise Point is the observation point closest to the Visitor's Center and Park entrance, but paradoxically it is the last stop on the shuttle. If you've been hiking or biking, you can take the Shared Use path back to the Visitor's Center. I approached from...More