Rainbow Point is a scenic viewpoint located at the southern end of Bryce Canyon National Park. It's the highest point in the park, sitting at an elevation of 9,105 feet above sea level. From Rainbow Point visitors can enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding landscape, including the red and orange hoodoos that make up the iconic Bryce Canyon formations. On clear days, visitors can see for over 100 miles in all directions with stunning vistas of the surrounding forests, valleys, and distant mountain ranges. In addition to the incredible views, Rainbow Point also features a small visitor center, picnic area, and several hiking trails that wind through the nearby forests and canyons.