Bryce Canyon National Park in southwestern Utah is one of the strangest, weirdest, most beautiful National Parks in the Southwest. Bryce Canyon is a giant natural amphitheater along the Paunsaugunt Plateau created from millions of years of erosion. The unique area has hundreds of tall hoodoos (tall, thin spires of rocks). The region was originally settled by Native Americans and later by Mormon pioneers.
Great trail really beautiful takes about two and a half hours at a slow pace stopping for lots of pictures only about 3.5-4 miles steep incline out at the end but worth it I highly recommend starting from the Navajo loop side just awesome way to start the hike
Tried it today. Walked counter-clockwise. Until Riggs Spring everything was okay, but then I missed the correct way (I think). The whole time I was parallel to the way in the map. So after 7 miles I deceided to walk back the same way :-( What went wrong???
Gorgeous views along this trail - I ended up going up a bit through Peekaboo Loop since the Wall Street portion of the Navajo Loop was closed off (as of Sept. 11th, due to a rockfall). A bit challenging on the incline since the first portion of the trail from Sunrise Point goes fairly steeply downhill.
Very worth it though, the views are absolutely amazing. Be sure to wear proper footwear, bring plenty of water, and watch your footing as there are some steep dropoffs.
Stunning hike, with amazing views around every turn. Well maintained. I agree with recommendation to hike from Sunrise Point to Sunset Point. The ascent to Sunset Point is challenging. I highly recommend proper hiking footwear with Vibram-like soles. Don't go without a liter of water.
This is a absolutely beautiful hike! Not for those out of shape or with bad knees. There is a steep decent into the canyon via series of switchbacks. Once down the hiking is easy and there is tons to explore. Beware.....what Go's down must go back up! At altitude this is made harder! Just know your limit and all will be fine. Take extra water and sun screen.
Great hike with breath taking views! The hoodoos are are so awesome. Easy to moderate hike. Family friendly. Highly recommended if your in the area. Highly recommended for anyone not wanting to hike down into the canyon. Beware of the elevation in this area. 7k to 9k above sea level, if your not prepared for it it will catch up with you quickly. This hike is also exposed to direct sun all day!
Was great. Started at Queens connected to Peekaboo Loop connected to Navajo (Walstreet) to Rim trail. Was great. Would get the ticker pumping, then time to recover. Really felt like these feet accomplished something. Right down there with the Hoodoo's. Views were spectacular!