Loved this hike—took many pictures and still could have taken more! We went down Navaho Loop and then counter-clockwise around Peek-a-Boo before heading back up Wall Street. We just started hiking last fall and are from a lower-altitude State, so this was quite challenging for us senior citizens. I’m just slower than most people—took us awhile, but we also waited quite a bit once we got to Wall Street. It became very crowded with some families not interested in sticking to the trail or observing social distancing. We actually helped one family retrieve their little one (5 yrs. maybe?) who had gone off the path and couldn’t get back up. Fortunately, our hiking pole came in very handy!

Difficult to do with a baby stroller but the views are totally worth walking a the few hundred feet to the rim.

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rocky
1 day ago

I loved this! Bring plenty of water and lunch/ snacks; a lot of time in the sun unless you go fairly early or towards sunset. Didn’t have a problem of over-traffic, trail is super well marked and easy to follow!

It was far better than expected. On June 1st there was enough snow runoff that there was a huge waterfall. That was the highlight.

Provides some pretty epic views along the way!

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no shade
1 day ago

You've got to do this trail in Bryce! It's amazing. With bathroom, lunch, and lots of photo breaks, it took us ~4.5hrs. First, get there early. The parking lot at Fairyland Point was 3/4 full at 8am. Plus, there is little shade, so getting out before the sun gets too hot is also a bonus. I recommend going right (most people seemed to be going left). I was sooo happy we went right because we started with a little bit of incline and then had a lot of decline with breathtaking views. I love to enjoy the views without being out of breath. :) Then the last incline at the end is only 1 mile instead of 1.7 miles! If you go to the right, about 2 miles in, you can step off the trail to use the restroom at the general store. We did the Navajo and Peekaboo Loop combination a couple of days ago. Despite Fairyland being ~8.5ish miles (vs ~6 miles for Navajo / Peekaboo), I personally found Fairyland to be easier because the inclines felt a lot less intense. Maybe I would've felt differently if we started the trail to the left. If I had to prioritize based on views, I would choose to do the Navajo / Peekaboo combination. If you have more time in Bryce, then Fairyland is a great second hike. We passed a good number of people, mostly runners, but it never felt crowded. The app says it's 7.8 miles, but our trip clocked in at 8.5ish. The 8.5 miles did not include the Tower Bridge out-and-back. We decided to skip it because you get great views of it a couple of times as you pass along the main trail. It's been a really long time since I've hiked this far, and I found it to be pleasantly moderate... Maybe the views distracted me.

did the Queens garden to wall street hike. had a blast but holy cow was it hard at the end. should have started at wall st not the other way around lol

With our 5 kids 8 and under so slow but a nice temperature and so beautiful.

on Peekaboo Loop Trail

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2 days ago

This was everything I expected of Bryce Canyon NP. Gorgeous views the whole way through. Hiked with my 59 year old mom and the last mile was a doozy for her.

Wonderful trail across the outstanding hoodoos of the Bryce. Little shade but enough for quick resting. Both descent and ascent are not difficult and can be done on decent pace. There’s often some breeze on the trail and that makes it even more enjoyable. Hiking clockwise is probably a bit better since the last 1.5 mile is flat/descent, but the grade on both directions is pretty much the same.

Amazing. Views! Views views! And its open! Very hilly and hot break lots of water food and be prepared to climb! It's 100% worth it though!

WOW. This trail exceeded my expectations. And for the record, it is OPEN! The views were constantly amazing -- literally everywhere we looked, there was something beautiful to look at. We stopped a ton for pictures, but we were able to get it done in 3.25 hours. I was super nervous about the elevation gain, but this version of the route makes it easier. There's still a steep incline on the way back up, but it was completely shady by 12pm. I also appreciated that the inclines throughout the trail were undulating, so we got some built-in breaks. We were pretty much alone on the trail until we circled back to the Wall Street section on the way out. I'd recommend doing this one earlier in the day to beat the crowds and also avoid some direct sun (very few shady spots). The trail is very well-marked, and there were no sketchy / narrow areas. If you're in Bryce, this is a great way to see a lot of the most popular sites in a short period of time.

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no shade
2 days ago

Super fun trail and not terribly hard! The way you poses as more of a challenge than the way down. Lots of different views that make it all worth it!

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3 days ago

A must do at Bryce Canyon. A LOT less foot traffic than Navajo loop and queen’s garden. The extra work with the mileage and incline is well worth it.

such a beautiful hike - views everywhere and not too tough.

Excellent trail with beautiful views of both sides of the canyon. Lots of shade and easy to find.

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no shade
3 days ago

I loved this trail. Not terribly difficult but still presented a good challenge.

It’s open and super awesome!

Beautiful in the morning light!

Nature’s beauty at its best. The moderate rating is accurate, due to the switchbacks and inclines. We hit the trail just at sunrise 6:10am. Seeing the Canyon change colors as the sun rose was amazing.

Gorgeous little hike! Great with small children. High return for little time and energy investment.

Super easy! Kind of short and boring for us but if you had little kids or someone with an injury it would be nice. We didn’t come to get wet but it looks fun to play in the creek/under the waterfall. Cave was underwhelming but I hear it’s cool in the winter. We did this after a 6 mile hike (Navajo) and it was a fun little pairing. If you are into hiking, don’t plan on this being the only thing you do.

This trail is a must!! Steep uphill at times but technically not difficult. STUNNING views and photo opportunities. We started at noon and it wasn’t crowded at all or too hot at any point. The only thing that got to us was the altitude as we come from a much lower altitude, so at times on peek-a-boo and the switchbacks to start/finish Navajo had us pretty winded. Nothing unmanageable. It’s a fantastic hike!

It’s open. Elevation changes aren’t bad.

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off trail
4 days ago

A fun trail overall, but if you want to do the loop around the waterfall you’ll have to either jump across the stream or go through it

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4 days ago

This hike was gorgeous! I’m 25 and went by myself and it only took me 2 hours 20 mins. When you get to the actual start of the peek a boo loop I went left instead of right, which I think was the better choice climbed first and then coming back the other side of the loop was easy. The hardest part of the hike was the last half mile - switchbacks the whole way. If you’re moving and grooving like I was this hike is more strenuous than moderate.

Wow beyond. The whole trail is one amazing view after the next. Clearly marked trail the whole route. Very doable for anyone is decently good shape.

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