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Bryce Canyon National Park in southwestern Utah is one of the strangest, weirdest, most beautiful National Parks in the Southwest. Bryce Canyon is a giant natural amphitheater along the Paunsaugunt Plateau created from millions of years of erosion. The unique area has hundreds of tall hoodoos (tall, thin spires of rocks). The region was originally settled by Native Americans and later by Mormon pioneers.

Spectacular views all around. Mars! A must do!

hiking
13 hours ago

LOVED this trail. This is a perfect day hike to see Bryce without the crowds that Navajo loop and Queens Garden has. Arrive early if peak season, the parking lot is small and a lot of people come for one of the overlook/viewpoints. Please pack lots of water!!! I saw way too many tourists out there without enough water. Plan for lots of ups and downs. There are a few thigh burner sections. But all in all just a moderate hike, not too strenuous. Take your time. Enjoy!

Very easy walk, no need for anything except a camera and the clothes on your back.

hiking
23 hours ago

We did the whole loop, it was absolutely amazing. Bring plenty of water we only met about 15 people on the trail away from the rim.

If you can only do one hike in Bryce, this should be high on your list. So many different experiences along one trail.

Love this trail!!! Easy quick great for kids. Beautiful views. Waterfall is the best (drought years there is usually no water coming down). Mossy cave is nice not that amazing. This is a good little short hike for the family.

To find the windows, when you get to the 1st bridge stop and look up at hoo doo ahead of you and look to the left. Can you see them?

7/2017 My first hike and it was an amazing experience!

hiking
2 days ago

great hike for my family. Tough coming back up, but worth it.

hiking
2 days ago

Great trail for whole family. Just make sure you stay on the trail.

Fun and great if you have little kids!

It was a really awesome hike, but there were a lot of confusing parts going to the waterfall. The trail to the waterfall was also very slippery. The mossy caves were really cool through.