But that could be because I was the driver and was trying to keep my eyes on the road.
There were some serious dropoffs and no rails.
Lots of twists and turns and a slow speed limit.
It was only a few miles but took fifteen to twenty minutes each way.
Personally, I would not be thrilled about driving this route at night, especially with all of the wildlife out, great night views notwithstanding.
I had wanted to write a review of the Point Imperial lookout itself, but could not find that option.
I would have given the lookout a five.
It is the highest point in the park (8800 feet) and the views are spectacular.
The parking lot is large.
The short path to the lookout is paved, though quite rocky at the end.
There are benches to sit on and admire the view.
Do include this as part of your trip, even if you don't have time to get to the further Cape Royal.
If you have time, also hike at least part of the Ken Patrick trail. The views of the canyon from there are a bit different.
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