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Beautiful hike! Cloudy in the morning, but cleared up for some views! Would recommend going in the summer.

Loads of fun! We took the trail up and the river walk back, if the water isn’t too high we would highly recommend it. The natural bridge alone is worth the trip but the granary along the left canyon wall is the best we’ve seen in two weeks of exploring Utah! Keep hiking until you’re tired of wrestling with the sand, pop into the river for a cool, leisurely and solitary walk backcourt

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

A great day hike or overnight with plenty of wildflowers and big views of the mountain. The hike starts with excellent views along the Timberline Trail/PCT with pleasant rolling hills and then becomes more dramatic with a sweeping view of Mt. Hood and the Zigzag Canyon. A healthy descent and relatively easy crossing of the Zigzag River changes to a forest climb and then opens into colorful meadows of flowers as you join the Paradise Park Trail. Move quickly as the flies are abundant through this section of the climb. As you continue to ascend, you are rewarded with increasingly impressive views of the mountain and the feeling that you could just walk to the top. Enjoy a leisurely walk in Paradise Park before returning down to the PCT to make the trip back to Timberline Lodge.

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!

Trail starts at the Escalante river trailhead. First river crossing is about 50 yards into the trail. Sand is deep, so makes this trail slow going. Water feels refreshing. I just wore a pair of shoes that I didn’t mind getting wet. Swapping out for each crossing would suck. After Natural Bridge, watch for the Indian ruins and a jug handle arch on your left. I tracked it as 4.6 miles. Feel free to dm me if you have questions @anderson.outdoors

Holy WOW! What a beautiful hike! 12.8 miles in 5 hours (moving). Not sure if one way is better than the other when you get to the loop. I went right. I’ll go straight if I do it again. I definitely would’ve preferred Scotty to beam me out the last 2 miles, but whatever. What an absolute joy this trail is!

hiking
14 days ago

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!

Beautiful trail, but do not underestimate the last 3 miles as they are a thigh burner!

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

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.

Great hike! Lots of huckleberries. Arrived at the trailhead at 830 am. Tons of people on the way back but still a good time. Newton Creek was easy to cross with some downed logs.

Great hike! Perfect weather for it. Started at umbrella falls. Didn’t realize you have to cross two roads to continue trail. We turned around and ended up doing some of elk meadows and then found out about the roads cause there’s no sign to continue the trail. Anyways, finished the loop, and saw both waterfalls. Cool to see the ski resort in the off-season.

Great hike. Pretty intense incline at beginning and Sahales falls didn’t have very good signage so we didn’t see it. Still overall great hike.

Started from Timberline Lodge on August 29th and came back out August 31st, 2018 (the other end down near Government Camp is cut off about 4 miles in due to downed trees, which we confirmed with the Zigzag Ranger Station). Went to Ramona Falls (as our end point), although we camped both nights at Paradise Park. The wildflowers were on their way out, there were basically no bugs, and we were in one of three main campsites on the south end of the Paradise Park Loop Trail, right near Lost Creek.
There was water flowing at almost all stream/river beds along the way (Lost Creek being in between some of the campsites, and flowing), although all were easy to cross.

We really enjoyed this hike. The information about elevation gain is wrong. Another app said we climbed over a thousand feet which is more accurate. Crossing Newton Creek was no problem. Get there early on the weekend as the trailhead parking fills quickly. Signage is good for staying on your desired route.

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.

hiking
26 days ago

We ended up parking on the street right by the sign for the falls which we saw 1/4 mile in. We continued onto Sahalie but first had some huckleberries and some other blue-purple berry! The descent was tricky as was going back up. Very sandy and slick with a few roots to grab here and there. We decided to go back the way we came instead of making the loop and the little bit of gain worked us out (we did Mirror just before)! Nice hike.

Great hike. Awesome views of Mt Hood and the Falls were great too!

took my family hiking with my 7 year old and she did awesome on this trail. a bit crowded for my liking but lots of parking. the only thing I didn't like were the flies they're bad! the hike was easy and views were beautiful couldn't ask for more! the waterfall has limited space for viewing on the bottom as it gets crowded . would do it again though .

Great trail . People with dogs are the worst. Dog crap right on there trail .

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.

https://hikingtheworld.blog/2018/06/16/bryce-canyon-the-top-trails/

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