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Can’t say enough about Bryce Canyon. It’s simply one of the more beautiful natural spectacles in the United States. This trail, specifically, is one of the most popular, giving you the best views on a simple, short hike.

Beautiful and majestic! Hard to describe the views and rocks, definitely lived up to its name "fairyland" as it had a certain magical quality to it.

Recommend you do the loop in anti clockwise direction going down the Navajo trail.

Came here on Friday the 13th. Amazing views before descending down the switchbacks. Went from sunset point to Navajo loop and connected to queens garden. Wall Street side was closed as of the 13th.

Good short easy hike.

Great hike many many great views. Definitely worth the drive. Temperature throughout the day was perfect.

amazing hike with so many great views of the hoodoos. Did this hike with our 6 year old and 13 year old and they managed very well. Definetly a must return hike for us.

This was a fun trail but busy since it was so close to the lodge. I walked this trail with my family and my 8.5 year old daughter had no trouble. It was really cool to be hiking in the canyon and seeing the hoodoos up close. Definitely agree on doing this trail counter-clockwise since the climb out wasn’t too difficult.

Nice view to have a close look at the hoodoos. The temperature is perfect during Spring Break. Cannot imagine how hot it can be during summer time.

Spectacular hike with some truly stunning views. I brought my kids (12, 10, and 8) down the Queen's Garden Trail, and back up the Two Towers. Snow was present at the higher end of the park, but everything was dry where we were. Trail was very crowded, which was the only drawback. They've also ran the trail through several man-made tunnels, which my kids loved. I'm excited to come back and try Peek a Boo loop and Wall Street (Wall was still closed for the winter as of early April, but I heard something about a rock slide there as well).

My kids could do this hike, although the uphill was a little rough on them. I think most adults or relatively energetic youth could do it. Two towers is steep but no dropoffs, while the Queen's Garden side is less steep but has sheer drops on some parts of the trail.

Steep in parts but not difficult. Beautiful rock formations.

This might be my new favorite hike. Views and hike are just spectacular.

It was the best 3 Miles I have ever walked

I hiked this trail last year when both of the parts was still open. Really beautiful. I just went there 2 weeks ago and they announce one of the ends was blocked off due to rock falling, so they reccomend to do the navojo loop and queens garden.

Nice hike, some incline, but the hoodoos were nice to look at. The ranger recommend us to go down navojo and come up sunrise for an easier hike.

Gorgeous, great workout!

great hike that puts you directly in the hoodoos.

Majestic views throughout the trail. Truly unique canyon.

Extremely fun trail which offers great views of the canyon. Being down within the hoodoos is a spectacular feeling. I would recommend the counter-clockwise direction as it has a more gradual ascent that clockwise. I highly recommend this trail.

Best views in the park. Cool to hike down and see the hoodoos up close. We started at sunrise point, so had a slightly boring walk along the rim at the end back to the car, but still very worth it.

Great way to see the hoodoos up close!

We did it with an 8-year old and had a lot of fun. Wall Street trail was closed due to weather conditions, so we did Navajo loop instead. I recommend to start with Navajo and finish with Queens Garden, as the Navajo is much steeper.

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25 days ago

This was the gem of our 2.5 day stay in Bryce. If I had to choose one and only one thing to do or see in Bryce, this hike would be it. The Fairyland lookout road was closed so we started from the Sunrise parking lot. We took the loop counterclockwise. With so many views behind us I found myself walking backwards throughout the hike. I'd suggest going clockwise. Such a pleasant hike and few other hikers. At the tail end of the loop we came upon a forested field that capped off the hike with the unexpected change in landscape.

A moderate hike with awesome views. I would recommend doing this path in a counter-clockwise direction. Coming up the Navajo loop is really steep wheras if you go back up the canyon over by Sunrise point it'll be a lot more gradual.

Beautiful hike down through some incredible formations that include a couple of natural bridges. Some muddy sections this time of year.

This is a fantastic hike. You get to see so many sites with a limited number of miles. I enjoy being down among the hoodoos and seeing them stand over you provides a different perspective than when you are on the rim. This is a must do hike for any hikers visiting Bryce Canyon.

Wonderful trail to get up close and personal with the Hoo Doos. We added Peek-a-Boo loop. There was a bit of residual ice, snow, and red muddy slush on the trail, but traction was ok in hiking boots. Views were astonishing. We saw a herd of 15 deer at the bottom.A steep climb out, but worth it.

Just stunning. Not too bad snow wise but there was a storm coming in after we left so it might’ve all changed. A must do if you’re in Bryce.

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1 month ago

First time here. Loved it. Gotta be prepared in all ways possible though, specially on this kind of weather (cloudy partially flakey).

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