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Ben Samek
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Hiking

Very pretty views and easy hike. Lots of burned trees from the fire a couple years ago

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Adam Goodman
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Hiking

Did Sanne Casello's exact route, but added on the Navajo Loop at the end so we could see Thor's hammer up close. Then back up Wall Street. AllTrails recorded the hike at 9.1 miles for the loops (plus Bryce Point), then another 1.6 for Navajo Loop. Started at about 8am, still plenty of parking, shaded down to Wall Street and beyond. It was an absolutely PERFECT day for hiking. Couldn't ask for a better experience.

Christopher Willis
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Hiking

A beautiful, easy hike that even my wife (who usually hates anything over a quarter mile) enjoyed! There are some amazing overlooks. Beware of extremely strong gusts on some of them though.

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Mark Rapien
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Hiking

This was a super quick and easy hike. Definitely worth adding to any day trip to Bryce. Plenty of spots to view the hoodoos from the trail.

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Jennifer Rosso
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Hiking

So many amazing views! Easily walked. Hold onto your hats!! There’s a mighty strong breeze at the top!

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John Allan
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HikingGreat!

The trail is definitely open and it is one to hike if you have the time and the energy. There was lots of climbing and I am at an age where a lot of climbing hurts. But, I am glad I did it!

Kaitlin Fraley
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Hiking

We did sunset point down Queen’s Garden Trail and to Queen Victoria. Beautiful landscape, much better viewed from the bottom! There were a good amount of people, but there’s enough space on the trail to not be crowded. The pinks, whites, & reds against the blue sky are to die for. A bit of an incline on the way up, but nothing unbearable.

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Matt Marcotte
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Very family friendly hike with good views. Took me and my family an hour to leisurely go around and enjoy it. #thisguytravels

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Don Schuy
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Hiking

Bristlecone loop could be the worst trail I’ve ever done. Anywhere. Really sad is an understatement. It was a short loop with literally a burned down forest on one side and a half rotted forest (from “disease”) on the other side. Someone else said the area had seen better days. Go on this trail only if you’re feeling ungrateful or pessimistic about something in your life because this is the defining image of, “things could be worse.”

Brett Acuff
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Hiking

This trail was open, along with all the others when we went on 7/6/20. It was a very fun hike, but the only sweeping views it offered were where you park at the top. I would suggest doing this counter-clockwise to make the last 3/4 of a mile easy on yourself. A good bit of this trail was sandy, so be ready for that. Another good portion of the trail was very exposed. We hiked 12:30p - 3:00p and saw around five small groups of people. It took us right around the 2.5 hours that the app suggests. I would say this trail offers a nice diversity to the normal hikes at Bryce, but skip it if you’re only doing one or two trails at the park. Fun overall.

Brett Acuff
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Hiking

What an awesome trail! We did three at Bryce today and if it were for the popularity of this trail, it would’ve been my favorite without question. It’s definitely easy to hike and easy to get to, making it popular for people of all ages. Stunning sweeping views and a nice hike through the trees is something to look forward to. The end of it is fenced off so you can’t get up close to the edge. It’s windy at the top and make sure you read the sign about the Bristlecone tree.

Kevin Madden
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Hiking

Hi my husband and I did this loop in early July. Weather was warm but not hot. I would say this is an intermediate hike. There is a steep decline going in and of course you have to hike up a steep incline at the end. Canyon is beautiful. Wear boots and a hat and water. Highly recommend this hike.

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Tahira Pfeifle
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Hiking

Amazing hike! Great workout!! I highly suggest counter clockwise. Be carful of snakes! No hoodoos if that’s what you’re wanting. I was looking for something new and got it! Lots of shade and tree cover through out!

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Sanne Casello
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Hiking

Great loop that gives a little bit of everything. Added an additional two miles to hike up to Bryce Point and back down from the Peakaboo Trail. Did it reverse to avoid a steep incline at the end. Start at Sunrise to Sunset, down Wall Street to Navajo, Navajo to Peekaboo, add in out and back detour to Bryce Point, Peekaboo to Queens Garden and up to Sunrise.

Troy Colwill
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Hiking

Most of this trail is hard packed gravel. Some paved. Great short trail.

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Reyna Paisley
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Hiking

Beautiful views of the area around Rainbow and Yovimpa points. Easy trail to another amazing lookout away from the more popular ones.

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Alexis Valvis
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Hiking

we did the figure 8 loop. starting st sunrise to queens to Navajo to wall st. navajo trail was 3mi, long, bit the view was great. deff need to be prepared to hike for this one. excellent!

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agnes chi
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HikingRocky

A lot of switchbacks, need good hiking shoes and hiking poles are good to have. Be sure to take 3L of water or more. It was 85F for us with a bit of a breeze! We did the Queen’s Garden and Navajo Loop together. It took about 6.3miles. Great photo opportunities!

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Jack B
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Hiking

Excellent trail. You really hit all of the highlights. Less people on the Peekaboo loop, very crowded at the Navajo loop and Queens Garden.

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Chris Nguyen
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Hiking

Pretty and easy hike. The kiddos loved it. Enjoy!

Megan Cohen
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Hiking

Amazing trail. We had done Navajo Loop including Wall Street right after sunrise which I highly recommend and the light was spectacular. We did Queen’s Garden / Navajo in the late afternoon and it was still beautiful but the light wasn’t quite the same. Highly recommend starting at Sunrise Point and going clockwise, if only because the most interesting parts of Queen’s Garden are on the climb and you will be best able to appreciate them if you are well rested and descending. We did the trail in one hour and fifty minutes stopping to take a ton of photos because you really can’t help yourself. I’d allot at least one and a half to two hours or longer if you aren’t used to strenuous climbs.

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Megan Cohen
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Hiking

Excellent lookouts. Bristlecone pine unfortunately looks like it has seen better days, but it is 1600 years old! Best view is from rainbow point. Elevation is high, so it can be chilly. The forest is really beautiful and well worth adding on Bristlecone Pine loop. Took us about 35 minutes total moving time with a couple steeper ascents on the Bristlecone Pine loop, but overall an easy well kept trail.

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Brad deMers
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Hiking

Breathtaking. We were in awe the entire way.

Russ Beardsley
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Hiking

Quick flat walk through woods with great birding!

Kylie Dangerfield
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Hiking

Incredible views!!

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Rebecca Pace
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HikingNo shade

Scenery was amazing. It would’ve been better had the wind not been so gusty!!

Kim Ostler
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Hiking

It's a beautiful hike down to Queen's Garden but I'd disagree a bit that it's easy. It's a good descent down, which can be really hard on anyone with knee issues. This kicked my butt. It's a short distance both directions, but I'm not in the best shape so that made it a lot harder. I did feel good for having completed it though! I would highly recommend really good shoes and lots of water.

Skylar Jones
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Hiking

Was a good little trail

Nathan M.
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Hiking

Love this trail! Classic. Make sure and do the long loop

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