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At Paria View, as well as at Bryce Point, you can get a clear picture of what Bryce Canyon is not exactly a canyon, but has been carved out of the eastern part of Paunsaugunt Plateau.
Looking northeast and east, you can see the Aquarius Plateau in the background, which forms the northeastern boundary or shore of the former huge lake, which was the historic origin of Bryce Canyon.
After the lake waters vanished, they left Paunsaugunt Plateau to be carved into what is Bryce Canyon today, as well as the huge bassin with Paria river flowing.
In the picture, you can even see the little town of Tropic (righ hand side) with it’s little lake.
Address: Bryce Point and Paria Point
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