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hiking
22 hours ago

Easy scenic view

short steep shaded walk along a paved trail to the viewing platform which is cut into the cliff where water rains down from above. special but not a must do.

hiking
2 days ago

This is my absolute favorite hiking trail. I did not find it difficult at all, but I am a runner and in fairly good shape (but getting old!). I am also afraid of drop-off heights and this wasn't frightening to me at all. Someone suggested we stop and look back from time to time and that was great advice. Beautiful views during all three miles, looking both ways. On a sunny day? The view of the orange hoodoos takes your breath away. I so hope to return someday!

I did this hike in the dark so I didn't the best view of the pools. I have heard they are not as green as they look in pictures due to photographers adding filters to their photos.

Fairly easy trail except there were a few times where we had to guess which way was the actual trail. Just past the campground and general store there was a sign but the way it was pointed was very unclear. The trail that seemed the most logical was not. We actually followed it for about 5 minutes until we reached way too steep, dangerous and it was obvious it was not the trail. So be careful! Otherwise, an incredible trail with so much wildlife in the North Rim. We then hiked back to the visitor center using the Bridle Trail which was like a "cool down"

Cool walk, very crowded. Middle and Upper pools are currently closed due to flooding.

on Peekaboo Loop Trail

3 days ago

Be prepared for hiking back out. The climb is very demanding.

hiking
5 days ago

Very nice landscape! Did in 2h:20 in mid-September.

Rock fall had blocked access to the upper and middle emerald pools but this trail is still worth the time. Great photo opportunity on the bridge across the Virgin River. This is a popular trail and will be crowded but it is wide enough to accommodate

Amazing Views! Take your camera and water!

Did Bryce Pt to Sunset. Great views easy trip.

on Peekaboo Loop Trail

hiking
8 days ago

Awesome hike. Not hard not easy. Lots of places for catching breathe. Go before 8am if u want it to your self.

This was a very short, paved trail. There wasn’t much water in the pools. If you’re an experienced hiker, I would recommend exploring other Zion options over this.

I loved this Hike! It took 2 hours on Labor Day. There weren't too many other people on the trail. spectacular views descending from the highest point in the park. Nothing was flat--all up or down. One of the highlights of our trip. I would not want to take small kids on this one.

hiking
11 days ago

Hiked this on Labor Day. started at 8:00 am, 48°F, needed a jacket. Lots of steep down and up with spectacular views. Glad we didn't take the little kids with us. Hike time was 2 hours. Not a lot of other people on the trail. Definitely would recommend this hike.

hiking
12 days ago

Great short hike located near the Lodge and Visitor Center on the North Rim. Amazing lookout at the end of the trail. Don't forget to climb atop the rocks at the end to see the Geographical Survey. Also there a few nice rock outcrops that you climb on that may be less crowded once people start showing up.

hiking
12 days ago

This was an absolutely beautiful hike! It is not very steep at all, but pretty much entirely downhill for the first half and uphill for the second half, so it can be challenging in that aspect. Bring hiking boots since it’s mostly small loose rocks. There is minimal shade, but we had a nice breeze a few times.

on Peekaboo Loop Trail

hiking
14 days ago

Another beautiful trail, when done before 9am it can be very quite. I started at 8:30am, encountered about 6 other people along the way down, one hour to get from Bryce point to loop point, then about 1 hour up where aI encountered about 12 people along the ascent. Can be a huff and puff in some areas, but there is always a landing to catch your second wind. Not difficult if you are in good shape, a Sierra Club person, runner, of some CV fitness.

Best hike yet!!!! Unbelievable views and best scenery ever!! Catch the sunrise at Bryce Point first and then hike peekaboo and get back early! Must do hike!!!!!

Ok hike. Stream at the bottom was nice.

hiking
17 days ago

Decent trail, lots of shade, all paved. Not much water in the pool or flowing from the falls. Still great views of the surrounding canyon.

hiking
17 days ago

It’s not that great and plenty of families and old folks on the trail. We did it today after we finished Observation Point.

hiking
17 days ago

Very easy hike, not much to see. Paved trail.

Short hike with beautiful views (rock formations, waterfall, lots of deer). Great hike for beginners who want to warm up to the other popular hikes in Zion National Park.

we did this trail together with the navajo. they were both beautiful. if you start around 8 am you can finish both in around 3 hrs.

Great extension of the Queens/Navajo loop! The loop is 3 miles and is shared with horses so there was quite a bit of horse poop on the trail so there was lots of looking down so you didn’t step in it. The view of the windows was awesome! Bring plenty of water. Overall not tons of climbing. There is a bathroom halfway through the loop.

great trip! we started at sunset point, took the navajo loop right to get down. to get up we took peekaboo loop (right). It took us 3 1/2 hours with lots of little breaks..

hiking
19 days ago

excellent trail. it is a little tough if you are not ready for some elevation gain.

Nice short hike, great view.

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