At the southern end of the Rim Trail is Bryce Point, the fourth viewing platform over Bryce Amphitheater. Your commanding view is from 8,304 feet. This masterpiece of nature measures 12 miles long, three miles wide and 800 feet deep. It is the largest of the amphitheaters within Bryce Canyon. Technically, this is not a canyon because it was not formed by a central river. Instead, Bryce Canyon is a collection of natural amphitheaters. Together, they extend for about 20 miles.