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Alison L reviewed Tower Bridge Trail
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Gorgeous and less trafficked than everywhere else in the park. Scenery is also distinctly different. Next time will do the full Fairyland loop instead of this out and back!

Gorgeous. Breathtaking. Stunning. Our first visit to Bryce and we thoroughly enjoyed this hike. Yep. Decent number of people and horses (also poop) but it’s so beautiful and well worth it to us.

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Kay Taylor reviewed Riggs Spring Loop Trail
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Nice trail, I did it counterclockwise making for a less steep hike on the way out. There are some beautiful views but don't expect hodos.

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Stunning! One of the most gorgeous hikes I’ve ever done! Photo opp every second

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I recommend going early, I started around 10am and it was quite crowded. Still beautiful. Bring plenty of water with you, you're going to need it.

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Alison L reviewed Bristlecone Loop Trail
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Easy walk through the woods with an alpine setting vs the sandstone so prevalent every where else. Couple of nice view points, but otherwise unremarkable.

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Chloey Sniecinski reviewed Rim, Navajo Loop and Peekaboo Loop Trail
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Did the trail today. Started at 10am at Bryce Point towards Rim Trail/Wall Street. For a Monday, there was plenty of parking at Bryce Point. The views are just jaw dropping and amazing. These loops will allow you to see almost all of Bryce in one day and was amazing. Probably our favorite hike. Spent from 10am - 2:45pm doing the whole trip. This includes tons of photos, a long lunch break, and a few breaks. Exhausting last inclines from Peekaboo back up to Bryce Point, but soo worth every minute.

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Completed in 4 hours including time for rest and photos. The beginning is a bit boring because there wasn’t much to see. Once you hit Peekaboo, begin sharing the trail with horses (or mules?) so be prepared of the smell. I’d recommend ditching the first segment and start directly from Navajo Trail.

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The Peekaboo loop was much more pleasant and far less crowded than the Queens Garden and Navajo Loop sections. That said, great view everywhere. Suggest staring at sunrise, going around Peekaboo clockwise (better views of the wall of windows). After that, obviously one comes up the Wall Street section of the Navajo Loop.

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Most beautiful view ! Feels like more than 5 miles.

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Craig Plummer reviewed Tower Bridge Trail
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Absolutely Amazing! started at 7 in morning, witnessed sunrise 20 min later. Traveled in a counterclockwise direction allow us to see the Chinese Wall in full glow of morning sunshine. Took just less than 4 hours, some good hills but nothing too crazy. if you only have time for one hike make this the one.

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Agata Zawierucha reviewed Navajo Loop Trail to Peekaboo Loop
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Best ever

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Great sampling of the park- sweeping vistas, hoodoos and forest. Shuttle system is great and makes point to point hiking so much easier. This trek plus a few vista turn outs really cover the best the park has to offer.

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Great loop, you see most of what there is to see and Al the shuttle drive gets credit for the suggestion! We started at 9 finishing at around 1:30 before it got really hot.

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Yeah so it was a hard banger

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Amazing trail! We did the figure 8 & did peekaboo clockwise (much preferred due to up/down hill). Peek-a-boo was by far one of our favorite & less crowded trails! By going clockwise- you get to enter the “Window to the world” in quite an incredible way! This hike (figure 8) was one of our favorites & allowed us to see the park in ways we never expected.

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Great hike. Definitely recommend starting early and doing the rim trail first to Wall Street and the bridges as those get super crowded. Then continue on out if Peekaboo. Not many people at all coming out of Peekaboo. Arrived at Bryce Point at 9am on a Saturday and was able to get parking but was almost full.

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Isaac Frisbie reviewed Tower Bridge Trail
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Great trail. Not heavy traffic.

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We did the figure 8 loop, stunning hike to see Bryce! Very much what I would consider a moderate trail, much of the trail was crowded on a Saturday

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Did this a couple days ago. One of my favorites I’ve done in Utah! More lush than the typical Bryce Canyon hikes. Kind of tough hiking back out of the canyon, but nothing too bad. Not crowded at all, only saw a couple of people. Do this one!!!

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Paige Stevens reviewed Navajo Loop Trail to Peekaboo Loop
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The All Trails mileage is misleading. The 5 mile Navaho Loop to Peekaboo is probably 5 miles but does not include actually hiking Peekaboo even though it shows it on the map. We clocked close to 9 miles today after hiking both loops. Peekaboo was my favorite of the two loops. We took Peekaboo clockwise and were not disappointed. I think we had the best views on the second half of the loop. There was a bathroom about midway through Peekaboo. That was a welcome surprise.

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Hiked the Hoodoos!

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Beautiful hike! Stated right after sunrise and never felt like it was too hot to convert my pants into shorts. Would highly recommend seeing the sunrise before started the hike. Stunning colors!!

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Not the “classic” Bryce Canyon views but if you have more than one day in the park and/or want to avoid crowds this is a beautiful hike. You still have the red cliffs and some hoodoos but you also have some more greenery. Great afternoon hike!

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Beautiful trail with views of pink and reddish hoodoos, and colorful shrubs illuminated by the afternoon sun. Suggest going counterclockwise to have a relaxing walk back through a ponderosa grove fringing a meadow.

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Christy Schoeller reviewed Yovimpa Point
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Great views worth the small walk out there. Says it’s closed but it’s open and functional.

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Kathryn Gorman reviewed Navajo Loop Trail to Peekaboo Loop
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Briana Kauai reviewed Under the Rim Trail
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Started at Rainbow Point and ended at Bryce Canyon. Parked at Bryce Point and got a private shuttle to drop us off at Rainbow Point for $30/person. We tracked ~25 miles, not 22 miles. Depending on how much water you drink, recommend 4-6L of water with a pack to last you the day until you get to your campsite. We did okay with ~4L each to start each day and our packs were quite heavy at 40-50 lbs each (we definitely overpacked, and had camera gear). Starting around 2.5 miles in is where you start to notice the cairns that help you find the trail. Those were VERY helpful throughout the hike! (Official trail markers / signage was a bit lacking.) The only place the cairns confused us briefly was around Natural Bridge where the cairns marked the campsite before the sign, rather than the main trail. Lots of logs to step/climb over. I got a bunch of splinters in my hand climbing over one of them that was very dry. I used my bandana after that to put my hand on to climb over. Wearing pants is also suggested due to the logs and some of the trail overgrowth and thorn bush areas (infrequent but there). A couple parts of the trail were a bit washed out and you had to be careful of your steps with a heavy pack on. We camped one night at Swamp Canyon and the second night at Right Fork Yellow Creek (RFYC). From what we saw, the most picturesque campgrounds are Swamp Canyon and Yellow Creek. Swamp Canyon doesn’t have the view right from the campsite, but a great sunrise viewpoint is maybe a tenth of a mile downhill from the campsite. The swamp canyon creek is 0.3 mile downhill from the campsite for water (north of campsite). No mosquitoes/bugs at Swamp Canyon. Lots of sandy areas along the trail—we weren’t quite expecting the amount of sand we had to walk through. I read reviews that say the last 2.8 miles from RFYC to Bryce Point were very steep, and it does have a lot of uphill, but we felt that the sandy climbs between Swamp Canyon and Yellow Creek were much tougher. Yellow Creek campsite had beautiful views of the cliffs right from the campground right off the trail. The campsite was right next the creek (which might also be an indicator of mosquitos, but we didn’t stay there long enough to find out). E. coli warnings are posted at most campsites /water sources so we both filtered and boiled (or used iodine) in our water. We saw others just filtering, but didn’t want to risk it. The rest of the campsites looked to be more in the trees with less views. RFYC was in the trees but also right next to a creek, which was convenient for water but did have mosquitoes. There’s an opening to view the cliffs a bit when you’re in the creek area, but I wouldn’t say the view is as great as SC and YC....but if you’re doing a two nighter like us, we were happy to camp closer to Bryce Point so we only had the 2.8 mile climb the morning we left, which felt like nothing after the previous two days of ~10 miles each. The first day was our longest leg from Rainbow Point to Swamp Canyon, but it had a lot of shade and was mostly downhill, although there were more inclines that we anticipated. The second day from Swamp Canyon to RFYC had a lot less shade, so felt hotter even though the temperature wasn’t supposed to be hotter that day. Make sure you check the water status with the rangers before starting. I took a photo of the flowing water statuses. During our trip there was flowing water at both of our campsites, as well as Yellow Creek and Yellow Creek Group Camp. Camping is $5/person. In terms of wildlife, we saw chipmunks, squirrels, a couple lizard and few birds. We did not encounter any bears, but you are required to use a bear canister (rangers can provide them—hanging bags not allowed. In fact hanging anything (such as bags or hammocks) on the trees is not allowed. Bring a shovel to dig 6 inches for pooping :) Overall we had a great time on the trail!

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