Explore the most popular River 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

Lovely little hike and not as strenuous as I thought it was going to be. The trail is easy to follow and the horse poop is no big deal, easy to avoid. Recommend!

hiking
1 day ago

Beautiful hike and views, but I only give it 4 stars. A LOT of up and down and you're sharing much of the trail with horses and poop. On the upside, one gets a lot more close and personal with hoodoos. I prefer Fairyland loop. Views there are endlessly expansive and trail is much quieter. If you have time, do both. Each are unique. If you only have time for one, I'd choose Fairyland.

A very nice trail with a breathtaking view. Since he is also committed by horses, it has here and there "horse pile", which did not bother us at all. Highly recommended from our point of view. We left at about 9 o'clock and there were only a few other hikers.

One of the most remarkable places I’ve ever hiked. We started right after watching the sun rise. For awhile parts of the trail were all ours. By the time we climbed out of the canyon, it was a regular city sidewalk… but with unsurpassed scenery.

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.

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.

Omg this trail is AMAZING! About 3 miles. Lots of ups and down but not awful. The views were SPECTACULAR!!! My favorite trail at Bryce Canyon. We started 8:30am and we practically had the trail to ourselves! Can’t recommend enough!! So great!

What an awsome trail!! Got an early start so had the trail pretty much to ourselves. Joined from Bryce Point and took the clockwise route which was amazing with a new vista at each turn. The trail was in really good condition, so wasn't too tough under foot, and the ups & downs were manageable. Highly recommend this trail.

hiking
5 days ago

Beautiful views of the Hoodoos. Lots of ups and downs which can be relatively strenuous, pack snacks and water. Watch out for the horse poops, though you'll smell it before you see it. Completed in May 2019

hiking
6 days ago

I really loved this trail. I did both- peekaboo loop and fairyland loop and I liked the peekaboo much more than fairyland. The first 30 minutes are the most beautiful part of the trail.. until you reach the point when the “loop” starts. After you start the loop the views are still beautiful but different. (By the way it is recommend doing this trail clockwise) The hike is not hard at all it was even easy for us! We started around 2:30 PM and it wasn’t hot, it was a fun hike, finished after 3 hours, saw just 5-6 people and all the trail was quite The only thing I hated about this trail was the horses’ shit everywhere.. it was so smelly

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

Just hiked middle of September and it was fantastic. Took wall street down to peekaboo loop and then Navajo up to sunrise point. Definitely some elevation change but well worth it.

hiking
7 days ago

Well maintained trail (except for the horse droppings)! Loved seeing something new and amazing around every corner!

hiking
10 days ago

Beautiful hike. Walked this loop from sunset point, down wall-street and up to bryce point. Not a difficult hike. paths were very well maintained. The views along this path are awesome

hiking
10 days ago

Accessed the peek a boo trail through the Navajo trail. Once you get to the fork on the peeks boo trail opt for the left. If you choose the right like my partner and i did, it was mostly incline. Which made us exhausted to do the last leg of incline on the Navajo trail. Extremely beautiful but it can be a hard hike.

hiking
10 days ago

I loved this trail! Beautiful and diverse views of the canyon. Very good leg work out as there is a lot of going up and down throughout the trail.

Amazing hidden gem in Bryce. Okay mossy cave destination but wonderful creek and waterfall journey!

hiking
11 days ago

Lovely manicured trail with fantastic views and lots of variety.

The trail itself is short and the cave isn’t anything particularly fascinating but the waterfall is so beautiful.

hiking
12 days ago

Loved this hike and yes around every turn - peek-a-boo - you see something new and strangely beautiful! We added on the Bryce point trail and Wall Street at the end (tough) but we would do it again in a skinny minute!

This site may seem exotic to some, but not for us since we hike the Cascades. The waterfall is there only during the growing season.

hiking
13 days ago

Amazing scenic views almost literally around every corner. There was a moderate amount of horse dung, but not too overbearing. Depending on your acclimation to the altitude, this trail could be considered hard even if you’re in relatively good shape. Highly recommend!

Easy hike. follows a stream up to the waterfall. family friendly for sure. beautiful red rocks with undeniably beautiful water flowing through the canyon.

A little underwhelming after many of the other Bryce trails.

Loved it, hot, hot, hot!

Super easy “hike”. The waterfall was beautiful. We went and saw the “cave” part but it’s super underwhelming. It’s a great starter hike with kids.

“Cave” is a stretch. Cool waterfall.

Beautiful views and a fun hike

hiking
19 days ago

Amazing views !! I completed the loop clockwise and took me 3 hours. I went in with salted nuts, sugars and 1.5L water and came in with an empty bag. I would recommend at least 2 L per person. Half way through the loop, there is a connection to Wallstreet. I would recommend joining wall street loop instead of doing complete loop. Start 3-4 hours before sunset at Bryce point and finish off at sunset point.

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