Fairyland Point, Bryce Canyon National Park

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  • Fairyland Point is located just outside the entrance to Bryce Canyon National Park. That is perhaps the main draw this area: If you do not wish to pay for admission to the park, you can still come...  more »
  • if you are short on time, money, or both (who isn't) be sure to at least stop here on your visit to the Bryce Canyon (actually not a canyon- eroded side of a plateau) area. It is only a short drive...  more »
  • Bryce canyon in general is a great place to visit. Was lucky enough to see it get snow this late in the year. The trail is marked well and everyone should stay on it for the sake of keeping the park in good shape. Have fun!
  • Small parking lot here so you could try but otherwise you can head past the info center and park near the general store further south. If doing the full fairyland loop trail, the ranger recommended going clockwise from this point but if you start from sunrise point then go counterclockwise. I’ve never seen a view like this. Every turn was a photo opportunity. Spectacular. The whole trail is over 7 miles and took 4 hours

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