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.

hiking
1 day ago

It is very heavily traveled the first couple hundred yards, then the crowd thins out to heavily traveled. Every turn is another breathtaking view.

Beautiful hike...started out doing the switchbacks down to Wall Street which is a super cool slot canyon...nice even pathways...great views hiking in the hoo doos....would def recommend!

hiking
3 days ago

Nice, short trail. We ran this trail on our arrival day to get a first impression of Bryce Canyon. Good, closed shoes are recommended. The trail was quite busy in the afternoon (around 3:30 pm).

hiking
3 days ago

Pretty views on the way down and back. View of the bridge in the distance at the end of trail.

Excellent. The AllTrails app on my phone measured it at 4.4 miles. I did it counter-clockwise. The last .75 miles were easy with beautiful scenery, following a one-mile climb.

Bryce Canyon hike

Definitely not as crowded as Zion. Interesting rock formations. Not difficult, some shade, breeze.

Incredible hike. An absolute must-do if you go to Bryce. You can see most of Bryce from these trails, although we also did Wall Street and I would really recommend that. Climbing out of the canyon is the hardest part, but if you’re in decent shape it shouldn’t be a problem.

Hard hike with great views

Equally as beautiful views from Sunrise and Sunset and doesn’t compare at all to Peek-A-Boo loop trail.

4.5 stars. In my opinion, the Peek-A-Boo loop is the 5 star hike in Bryce Canyon. This is also really pretty but, for me, it’s just not as special. The trail is clean. The footing is nice. The scenery is beautiful.

Nice short hike next to a fast moving stream. The cave is interesting. The waterfall was the highlight. Pretty views of some cool hoodoos and a nice bridge.

hiking
5 days ago

Good link into Peek-a-Boo Trail, albeit on switchbacks. Views are amazing

Best views of bryce canyon

Awesome views definitely recommend. However I only give it 4 stars it is way to crowded and to many rude hikers. it seems that there are many tourists/hikers that have no clue of trail etiquette.

Great hike a little bit hard but great views

Little trail with Awesome views

Started this heavily trafficked but beautiful route beginning at sunset point and ending at sunrise point. This is definitely the tourist trap of the park but it does have the best views of hoodoos. The trek is easy and was a great introduction to the park.

Nice viewpoint for taking in the best of Bryce Canyon

One of the most amazing hikes I’ve done to date. We did it counterclockwise. I think that the views going down the Wallstreet side are part of the amazement. It is also much steeper on the Wallstreet side and more of a gradual climb on the Queens Garden Trail back up to Sunrise Point.

we went clockwise at 11:00. we were happy with that decision. generally an easy to moderate hike until you get to the last .7 Mike's. we took Wall Street that last .7. lots of steps, switchbacks, and elevation. Not terrible but a lot. We loved it but be prepared.

Crowded but necessary!

hiking
7 days ago

Limited shade great views hard surface trail.

nice little walk. the path above the water fall is closed. and the mossy cave in Sept is nothing to write home about.

hiking
8 days ago

Nice and easy, more great views. Not a must but hey, you made it to the end of the drive, so why not hike it!

Definitely worth the hike. Don’t make it hard on yourself, go to the right towards the wall. Counter clockwise.

hiking
8 days ago

I absolutely loves everything about this trail- mostly I was pretty much alone! It’s beautiful when you turn a corner and am surrounded by canyon.

Great hike! Hike it clockwise from Sunrise Point to Sunset Point. Missed the turn for Two Bridges Trail (which the map on this specifies) near the end and ended up coming uphill through Wall Street instead!

hiking
10 days ago

Beautiful views. Saw some people struggling with the elevation change something to keep in mind when walking up here.

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