Explore the most popular kid friendly trails in Bryce Canyon National Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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 !!

Excellent hike—really hits the highlights of Bryce Canyon. Lots of great viewpoints! The distance actually registered 3.8 Miles and elevation gain was 673 feet. We followed the exact trail.

Other worldly!

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.

11 days ago

Gorgeous trail. It takes you down, so you can walk among the hoodoos.

Not really worth the hike in the summer...there was a trickle though. The mossy cave was still mossy. The best part was dipping our feet in the cold water.

Awesome trail beautiful views and not to bad of a hike

14 days ago

Definitely not easy on the way back up but beautiful!

14 days ago

Nice view and easy hike!

Starting just after Sunrise, we descended down through Wall Street (to the right) from Sunset Point, then along the river, and connected with the Queen's Garden trail. We met Queen Victoria - it's amazing how the picture looks just like her silhouette. Sun and shadow cast amazing glows on the rocks. We climbed back up to Sunrise point and then walked the Rim trail back to Sunset point. Highly recommended the Queen's Garden trail as it's the flagship hike in Bryce!

Incredible! The views above and below are magical! The ascent is challenging, but easily done with a short break or two.

19 days ago

Beautiful hike! Did it with my 60 year old mother in about an hour and 15 minutes. Absolutely stunning.

This was an easy breezy hike with some amazing views of the hoodoos. The trail breaks off to other trails with clear signs all along the way. You hike down first and then back up.

Great hike. Make it easier by starting at the switchbacks

Did this today and loved it! Reasonably trafficked, but not so much that you didn’t have some peace and quiet too. Amazing scenery and not too tricky! Proper boots would be recommended if you have them though :)

Great hike, we returned by the navajo loop switchbacks at Wall Street, definately would have been easier to return by Queens trail.

Amazing trail! My old father in law, who is a fairly experienced hiker, said it was the best hike he’s ever done.

An amazing trail. Well worth the climb back out of the canyon.

27 days ago


Easy trail for small children. Approximately one mile round trip. The waterfall is worth it.

The trail to the waterfall is not actually closed: there are two « closed » signs, but on the older versions of the trail that got eroded. There is a new one with a tiny wooden bridge on the left of the older ones. That said, be careful, erosion is still at work, and the new trail will be closed one day too...

Stunningly beautiful and peaceful. Unfortunately hiked it alone, would be a fun experience with loved ones.

on Navajo Loop Trail

28 days ago

Amazing views for a short hike! Took us less than an hour, but we did break a sweat on the way up.

Nice short hike. But the trail to the waterfall is currently closed.

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