This place is amazing! When you get there you can hike around the side (about an hour) or take a trail to the lookout point. We were a little short on time so we chose the short option. It's 10,000 feet up with a 2,000 foot drop off. It's so peaceful and the view is breathtaking, like a mini Bryce canyon. It's shaped like a coliseum and the Indians called it "circle of painted cliffs." the oldest tree in the world, the bristlecone pine, can be found there. If you're ever in southern Utah stop by!