Explore the most popular Wild Flowers 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.

This is definitely worth seeing in the winter, the icicles were awesome. The hike was very easy even in the winter. We also went over to the waterfall even though it said the trail was closed and it was worth the loop.

as of Late week of February, Bryce Canyon NP is mosty buried in snow. The only points open are sunrise, sunset point, partial inspiration and partial Bryce Point. Everything south of Bryce Point is closed. All trails under the rim are closed due to deep snow and avalanche dangers. The conditions look like they will be the same for the next few weeks.

Nice little hike in the snow but nothing more- little highlight were the massive icicles in the cave.

Great hike. This is on the difficult side with many, many elevation changes. Took roughly 4 hours to hike from Sunrise to Sunset point including Peekaboo loop.

Short and slick! The mossy grotto had beautiful ice formations and the waterfall was frozen through...great photo ops!

Pretty short (but slippery) winter hike. The waterfall was a frozen cone, which was interesting. Not worth a trip by itself, but a nice easy hike if you’re already in the area.

Easy trail. Frozen waterfall.

This was a nice trail. It was colder so there weren’t many people at all. It goes over a wash and up to a fork where you can see a waterfall (no waterfall right now) and the mossy cave. The cave is certainly mossy and there’s an info sign that says it’s covered in icicles in the winter. The trailhead is fairly easy to find. Go east on 12 and around one of the bends is a parking area with a sign and a little shack.

The waterfall had essentially no water in it (in late October) and the cave wasn't anything special. Easy, but extremely boring hike.

Be sure to go down through queens garden then up Wall Street. In the summer queens garden is fully exposed to the sun and no fun to go up while going up wall street is primarily shaded

The best of Bryce Canyon... We only did half the hike due to limited daylight. This is a nice hike but WHAT an incredible Nat’l Park to begin with- so unique! Went in April, still snow there but the weather was great for a moderate hike. The hoodoos can get repetitive and sometimes you’ve gotta really stretch to find what your looking for (the queen) but it’s fun to do along the way.

short and easy hike. mossy grotto nothing special. waterfall was special and if you continue around the bend the creek is fun to follow up into the canyon

FYI-This trail is currently shut down due to fires in Bryce 9/14/18. The road only allows up to natural bridge no where beyond. In fact they are discouraging the Below the rim hiking in general. Check with visitor center and rangers before making plans.

Amazing trail with the best of everything at Bryce!

We made a quick stop with our group of 18 people. We spent most of our time by the waterfall. We hiked up the river to get to it. The children enjoyed it and the scenery was beautiful. Easy little walk.

Fun short hike with beautiful views.

Great trail seldom used by tourists....seasonal monsoons can make the trail tricky to follow at times but also more fun. Watch for Rock Cairns to help in the bottoms at Sheep Creek.

Fun hike, we went during a thunderstorm and the river along the way looked like chocolate milk! Two adults and a 3 year old, fun and easy peasy!

This was an easy loop off of rainbow point. Good views, and good information about the ecology of the area.

The best way to see the Hoodoos of Bryce Canyon! We adventured from Sunset Point through Wall Street to Peekaboo then on to Queens Garden to Sunrise Point finishing up with a short jaunt on the rim trail back to Sunset. There are so many photo opportunities! Start early for parking and bring plenty of water. A bit strenuous if you're not a frequent elevation hiker.

Peek-a-boo loop was incredible! Do this trail for sure. It was a nice hike to combine with Queen's Garden. Nice mix of inclines and declines so you aren't getting killed doing one or the other too long. Took me about 3.5 hours to complete. Peek-a-boo loop is not too busy either.

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 !!

Super easy hike. The cave was beautiful. There was very small stream at the waterfall in August

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.

It's a great idea to combine the queen garden trail and peekaboo trail. Amazing scenes along the whole trail!

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.

7 months ago

Nice view and easy hike!

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