A view from Bryce Point looking out into the Amphitheater at sunset.
A view to the west from Bryce Point after sunset. These rocks were mostly white with a little of the coral color.
There are several places where tunnels had to be dug in the rock for the trail. This section was still in the shadows after sunrise.
An example of trees on the edge. The elements have exposed their roots and continually erode the edge, but the trees live on!
Above and to the right are views from Rainbow Point - the highest part of the Park at over 9,000 feet elevation.
Views from Fairyland Point. This canyon is smaller than the Amphitheater, but has many varied rock formations.
Red Canyon - West of Bryce on Highway 12 you encounter Red Canyon which has beautiful red vistas. In two places the highway runs through rock tunnels like the one shown below.
Costa Canyon - After exiting Red Canyon we took a dirt road to the north to explore Costa Canyon on an ATV.