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Bryce Canyon National Park in southwestern Utah is one of the strangest, weirdest, 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.

Great hike to discover bryce canyon. Lot of ups and downs so you have to be in good condition.

21 hours ago

short hike for a bunch of outstanding views! parkig lot is small fyi consider the shuttle

friggen amazing. i went to the two bridges as well as part of the loop. its worth it

great short hike with a lot of awesome picture opps

Amazing views. Carry lots of water, as climb up is all at once.

Sick hike. Go early

This was a good trail but it's exposed and there are many better options in Bryce.

Combined this loop with Peakaboo. If you want to thoroughly experience the area, I'd recommend it.

Fantastic trail with significantly less traffic than some of the other hikes in this area. We did the loop counter clockwise as the climb looked easier that way. Well worth your time. We started at Sunset point.

Great hike to see Bryce!

Great hike. Beautiful views of God’s creation. Started 8:30am and went Sunset point down Navajo loop and Wall Street then Queen’s Garden then back up Sunrise point then Rim trail back to car. Did get a bit crowded as morning wore on but views are worth it.

hiking
4 days ago

Awesome! Loved it!

Dear Tourist ..... Wear hiking shoes & bring water !! It’s steep loose gravel - be safe !! #LeaveNoTrace

Nice loop through some amazing formations. Better to go early in the day, as it can get warm and lots of people can be on the trails.

Took the 9am shuttle from the lodge to drop us off at Rainbow Point. So got a late start hiking at 10am. Water available at iron springs, at about the halfway point just pass Swamp Canyon campground, and a couple miles before the end. Lots of up and down as you meander through the various amphitheaters. Heavily forested which did blocked some potential views of the rim but beautiful nonetheless less. But there was ample places to see views that one could not see from the top. Must have had to step/climb over 80 fallen trees and plenty of sandy ascents. Towards the end of the hike make sure you look back as you can see across the canyon at where you started. Overall beautiful hike and would do it again. We completed the entire trail in just over 10 hours. Be careful as you arrive at Bryce point the last shuttle leaves at 7:37pm. Good thing we packed our hitch hiking thumbs. Otherwise it’s another 2 mike hike back to the lodge.

Out of this world landscape - a must see for anyone. Pities don’t do it, you must hike it!

Fantastic hike that gives you plenty great views of what Bryce Canyon has to offer

For a one mile hike, you get a lot of bang for your buck. The waterfall was beautiful, we saw it from the top and hiked down into it. The background of the hoodoos and arches is a nice contrast to the clear water.

Gorgeous! Get there early to avoid the sun and the crowds. We arrived at sunrise and the lighting was perfect, had the trails practically to ourselves. Amazing hike

Hot! Clockwise has steep climbs

I did Navajo - Peek-a-boo - Bryce Point and then back down to Peek-a-boo and Navajo to loop it all together. Peek-a-boo was absolutely the highlight of my trip to Bryce Canyon. It's definitely a 'moderate' hike with a decent amount of elevation gain but it's incredible. I had never seen rock structures so weird in my life and I got some great photos.

I did Navajo - Peek-a-boo - Bryce Point and then back down to Peek-a-boo and Navajo to loop it all together. Peek-a-boo was absolutely the highlight of my trip to Bryce Canyon. It's definitely a 'moderate' hike with a decent amount of elevation gain but it's incredible. I had never seen rock structures so weird in my life and I got some great photos. I would probably recommend not going up to the tourist trap that is Bryce Point. I didn't realize that you could drive there so after walking through the canyon all alone for hours, I head straight up to Bryce Point and there's hundreds of non-hikers taking selfies and being obnoxious. Kind of ruined the vibe and on top of that, the view is amazing but your eyes can't really fathom the vastness of it all so it's really an experience to walk through it.

I did Navajo - Peek-a-boo - Bryce Point and then reconnected with Peek-a-boo and Navajo on my way back to loop it all together. Navajo was a beautiful trail that allows you to see the heart of the canyon. The problem is, which I've seen in other reviews, is the amount of tourists. We're talking busloads of tourists who are obnoxiously loud and have no trail courtesy. It caught me off guard so don't let it happen to you too. Just continue onto Peek-a-boo and you'll be amazed.

walking
8 days ago

It’s short, do it. Nice viewpoint, even if you’ve already stopped at Inspiration Point or Bryce Point along the way. Still beautiful, very short, accessible walk to the viewpoint. I honestly liked the scenery opposite of the viewpoint, a very foresty feel, you almost forget it’s a desert with the light shining through the trees.

Easy hike. If I looked to the left of the trail were great views of Bryce since the path is kind of walking near the cliff of a mountain. If I looked to the right of the trail were nothing but dead and burned down ones. I wish my group and I did go during sunrise or sunset time. I bet it would've looked amazing.

Minor hike but the views are awesome!

hiking
9 days ago

Well worth the drive!

Beautiful!

Just keep going and the crowds thin out and you get some great views!

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