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short and easy hike. mossy grotto nothing special. waterfall was special and if you continue around the bend the creek is fun to follow up into the canyon

a very nice walk along the edge the whole way with benches for rest and gaze.

Beautiful hike. We started at 8:30 and there weren't too many people. By 10 there were people everywhere

Breathtaking views! So worth hiking into the canyon to get close to the hoodoos! Challenging hike if you’re not used to the altitude. Take plenty of water, and take breaks in the shade! Loved it!

Absolutely stunning landscape!!! It doesn’t get more beautiful than this. We went over Labor Day weekend as the sun was setting after hiking the narrows at Zion in the am and this was a true treat!!! Go!!!! Trails were a little more crowded than I like but sunset is definitely a great time to go and get amazing photos.

Beautiful hike that takes you under the hoodoos. Not too long or difficult, a must do in Bryce Canyon!

We made a quick stop with our group of 18 people. We spent most of our time by the waterfall. We hiked up the river to get to it. The children enjoyed it and the scenery was beautiful. Easy little walk.

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This trail was more beautiful than the Peekaboo Loop trail that can be done as a circle eight with this loop. I did this trail in about 1 hour 20 minutes. If you are looking for short and sweet this is it. Not really a challenging trail either.

This is a stunning hike! The canyon has so much to offer... towering hoodoos, a lush forest and beautiful geology. I began my hike just after sunrise and shared the trail with probably 20 other adventurers. It was a good thing, because around 10:00 am the trail gets very full!

Absolutely gorgeous! This combo loop is a must-do in Bryce.

Fun short hike with beautiful views.

Beautiful hike. Come early or start late to avoid the crowds. Went down wall street and came back out via Queens Garden. Scenery is outstanding. The hike is well worth it. 5 stars without the people

Amazing views of hoodoos. A bit of a challenge due to the hills but worth it.

We started this loop with Wall Street which was awesome but was kind of ruined by all the crowds. This is a very heavily trafficked hike. We added on the Peekaboo loop extension. Amazing views with a pretty good climb at the end. Bring plenty of water as there is not much shade.

This hike was extremely unique and beautiful. Get there before or after the crowds. All of the people were a bit overwhelming and took away from the hike.

Paved rim trail

Fun hike, we went during a thunderstorm and the river along the way looked like chocolate milk! Two adults and a 3 year old, fun and easy peasy!

The waterfall portion is not closed, the trails that take you along the edge are closed and there is a trail on your left that is open so you do not walk directly up to it along the edge of the creek. Went during a thunderstorm so everything was flowing fast! White people that don't use common sense below and give bad ratings because they are ignorant, are quite annoying ^^

This was an easy loop off of rainbow point. Good views, and good information about the ecology of the area.

Amazing! Don't miss the Peekaboo Loop extension.

A good combination of trails - I'd recommend starting early as both Navajo Loop Trail and Queens Garden Trail get pretty busy. I did Navajo, then Peekaboo Loop and by the time I got to Queens Garden trail (aroud 9am) it was already starting to get busy.

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Short hike but a really great one :-)

Good little stroll for those with young kids that want to start the feeling of walking to a ‘reward’. The waterfall trail portion was CLOSED. The cave is probably best seen in winter - nothing special in summer but feels air conditioned in the heat !!

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Super easy hike. The cave was beautiful. There was very small stream at the waterfall in August

We did the walk from 4pm to 6pm. Amazing surroundings with distinctively variety of views of hoodoos.

One, not what i thought it would be. Two don’t go in august, barely seeping water.

A small cave and a small waterfall. Interesting but not must go.

You practically have to do this trail only because the shuttles dump you off almost on it; and, the view has you looking down into the hoodoos.Plus, the perspective is particularly good if you're going to continue to walk down into the valley.
This trail is ideal for families - not too hard, not too much grade, and short.

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