Mossy Cave Turret Arch and Little Windows Trail is a 1.1 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Bryce Canyon City, Utah that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
An easy stroll in Bryce next to a creek that brings you past hoodoos, to a waterfall, and then to a mossy cave where icicles hang in the shady places. If you feel adventurous, climb to the hole in the wall above the falls. Mossy Cave is the trail you want to go to if you have a very short time and want to do a little hike. Or, if you have guests or kids that do not like to break a sweat on a hike, this is a perfect little stroll where you can get the whole below canyon experience without the hike down into the canyon.
Such a fun little hike. Easy, 1 mile there and back. Very suitable for kids. The cave and waterfall is fun and this time of year, there are neat icicles. We went in with only hiking boots as the trail was packed down.
Amazing cave that if full of icicles from top to bottom this time of year. East trail with one fork near the end going to Mossy Cave and another fort that goes to the top of a small waterfall with a couple of windows above. Because of the cold there was ice build up around the base of the small falls. The entire trail is currently covered with snow but chains or snowshoes are not required because it's well packed. Worth the short hike
My husband and I took out kids (5,6,8,10) to Bryce Canyon these past few days and we LOVED this trail. It is perfect for children. You get to see the hoodoos, a cave, and a waterfall within a mile. We also loved the recent snowfall really made the red rock pop!
Loved this hike very short and fun!
Perfect hike for family.
Really cool short hike with nice views.
So beautiful and fun for all ages!! Bring shorts and flip flops to play in the water!
Hiked up the creek a good ways upstream of the falls. Was a nice evening hike.
Great trail along creek. Kids loved playing in water and water fall at end. perfect when heat hits triple digits.