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Bryce Canyon National Park in southwestern Utah is one of the strangest and most beautiful National Parks in the Southwest. Bryce Canyon is a giant natural amphitheater along the Paunsaugunt Plateau created from millions of years of erosion. The unique area has hundreds of tall hoodoos (tall, thin spires of rocks). The region was originally settled by Native Americans and later by Mormon pioneers.

The most Spectacular hike ever at Bryce Canyon!!

hiking
20 days ago

They aren’t lying when they say this trail is hard. I’ve done this and it was a great experience but... it’s kind of hard. If you want to do it I would definitely recommend I had a lot of fun. It definitely is a hard 5 miles but super worth the views. It feels like a whole other world down on the canyon floor. Do this hike but definitely be prepared!

hiking
20 days ago

They aren’t lying when they say this trail is hard. I’ve done this and it was a great experience but... it’s kind of hard. If you want to do it I would definitely recommend I had a lot of fun. It definitely is a hard 5 miles but super worth the views. It feels like a whole other world down on the canyon floor. Do this hike but definitely be prepared!

Hiked late April. Just stunning. it was a beautiful day and lots of wonderful photo ops.

Did on Jan 3, 2019. One of the most awe-inspiring, beautiful, out-of-this-world hikes! Especially in winter with the snow dusting the rocks. Parked at the lot near sunrise point. Started at sunrise point, went down queens garden trail, continued onto Navajo loop (Wall Street portion was closed but took the other leg to get to sunset point, then walked along rim trail to get back to sunrise point. Did the hike in hiking boots— was a little icy/slippery especially at the tops of the trail near sunrise point and particularly sunset point, but hiking boot were fine. Wouldn’t really recommend doing it in street shoes during winter when it’s icy— lots of people slipping especially trying to go down the trail from sunset point (more heavily trafficked in that area so the ice was slicker)

Definitely a great trail, went down queens garden to Navajo (also did the peakaboo loop) and we wore traction going up Navajo because of the ice. The hike was gorgeous and highly recommended, but I was glad we asked the ranger who recommended going up Navajo instead of down this time of year.

A fantastic hike with incredible views. I went counterclockwise on the loop and at the top of the first climb there is a view that makes the entire hike more than worth it. Certainly a hard hike, with lots of up and down switchbacks, but “peakaboo” moments around every bend.

2nd best hike in the Park...

The views along this trail are so pretty! It’s a bonus that you can bring your fur balls, too! I’ll be back in warmer weather to enjoy it a bit longer.

hiking
1 month ago

Very nice out-and -back trail. Maybe moderate instead of easy. I only dock it a star in comparison to more challenging and more stunning hikes in the park. But very nice views and the Tower Bridge formation is a nice reward. Not heavy traffic. When I did it, some walking on snow and one sunny section very muddy.

hiking
1 month ago

This was one of the best hikes I have ever done. Did it a little differently than the description. Started at Sunrise Point and the heavily-trafficked Queen’s Garden Loop. Then cut off (on Navajo Trail) to join the Peekaboo Loop. Did half of that, then took the steep Bryce Point trail to the top of the rim. Then back down that trail and onto the other half of Peekaboo. Finally, back up the Navajo to Sunset Point. Every turn brought a new stunning vista. I took hundreds (literally) of pics. Lots of walking on snow and some icy patches, so putting some kind of traction aid on your boots will help. Total time: a little over five hours. (Leave off Bryce Point add-on for a shorter but still spectacular hike.) park at Sunset point and walk to Sunrise to start so that your car will be waiting for you at the end.

I hiked Bryce Canyon National Park in early October. Weather and temps were perfect hiking weather. We hiked down the Wall Street section and hiked back up the Navajo Trail. I did that loop as one hike. (If I had to pick, the Wall Street section is slightly better than Navajo Trail). I'd have to say that hike is probably the best and most scenic hike that I have done anywhere in the U.S. I thought it was better than any of the trails that we did in Zion. The scenery is incredible, and the rock structure and formations are so unique to any other trails I have done. The trails are a bit steep, but they aren't too bad if you are younger or in decent shape. I would rate the trails as Moderate. We also did a separate hike down to the Queens Garden section, and then hiked back up the same trail. The Queens Garden was neat to see, but was nothing like the Wall Street and Navajo Loop Trail section. I would suggest the Wall Street and Navajo Loop Trail as the loop trail to do at Bryce. As a side note, Bryce Point is worth a stop to see as well- great overlook. It overlooks the whole ampitheater area. If you are looking at the different Utah parks or considering which ones to see, Bryce N.P. is a must stop on your trip. It is so unique and totally different from Zion. You can see and hike the best trails in 1-2 days in Bryce was enough for our group.

The best trail- you get to see the tower and the light come in at different points. We hiked in snow and it was worth it! 12.30.18

A must - where you see it all. Probably the windiest spot in the park. It was 9 degrees - but the views made me forget about the temperature.
12.28.18

Beautiful views in the snow on 12.28.18. Take water and prepare to catch your breath at times with the switchbacks.

hiking
1 month ago

Simple trail with great views the whole way though the park.

We started at the sunrise point and ended at the sunset point via queen’s garden trail, Navajo loop and the rim trail. Beautiful hike in the snow. We had ice trekkers on our hiking boots that helped walking on the icy trails.

hiking
1 month ago

Awesome hike! The views were incredible, especially with the light layer of snow. I would recommend shoes with really good traction, or bringing along some microspikes, since some of the switchbacks can be a little slippery from the snow/ice.

Oh. My. Goodness. The views are breathtaking. Definitely follow the park’s footwear rules!

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

Lovely hike, breathtaking views!
Can’t wait to do it again next year!

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muddy
snow
1 month ago

Easy hike that makes you feel as if you're on a completely different planet. Maybe Mars? Very enjoyable and awesome rock formation all around!

Completed this stunning loop on Christmas with intermittent snow flurries, was just gorgeous, micro spikes would’ve come in handy for getting in and out of the canyon.

hiking
1 month ago

Great views, very varied terrain, and good stopping points if you need them. It was pretty mild in the winter, but traction devices are probably necessary for at least part of the trail.

One of my favorite hikes ever.

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.

Absolutely stunning trail. Amazing at sunset. A bit of snow- spikes would be helpful but not necessary. Highly recommend!

fantastic hike..

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