Looking for a great trail in Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah? AllTrails has 33 great hiking trails, views trails, dogs no trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 15 easy trails in Bryce Canyon National Park ranging from 0.6 to 20.5 miles and from 6,830 to 9,110 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!


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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.

Trail to waterfall closed but lots of folks just walked to it by the river

no shade
17 hours ago

Great trail! Beautiful scenery that just never ends. Bring plenty of water as there are no water sources along the trail and no shade. Last mile and a half or so was a steady incline.

I have visited Bryce many times, but I have never been IN Bryce. You have to hike down to truly appreciate the pure beauty of the place. Incredible! I fell in love with wall street.

Easy trail. Nice views. Good for families.

Awesome views the whole time. Listed as strenuous but not that bad. Top 5 hike all time I think.

Great paved path along the rim of the canyon. Anyone ranging from small children to the elderly can complete this short path. Has awesome views of the canyon and can be part of the Navajo Loop. We parked right at the top of Sunrise Point which was handy as we didn't have to mess with the shuttle.

Great trail if you've got a few hours. The hoodoos are amazing to look at. We especially enjoyed Wall Street and all the switchbacks. About half shade and half sun when we went in the afternoon.

1 day ago

I live and work in Bryce Canyon and have hiked all 12 of the amazing trails we have to offer. And guess what? This short 1.3 mile hike is still one of my very favourites in the park. Simply stunning and a MUST do while here.

Awesome hike! Took a shuttle and started from Bryce point and then further along the trail. Not that much elevation and less crowds in the morning.

Bryce Canyon was incredible. It feels like another planet. The trail was moderate, but a tad bit crowded. Go early for fewer crowds on the trails.

Really beautiful scenery. Orange and pink hoodoos against blue sky were spectacular. Did it clockwise and saved the best for last; Wall St slot canyon. Final climb up was tiring but plenty of switchbacks and shade allowed more time to take in the canyon. Suggest going early. Got crowded but was a school holiday so lots of families. Took us about 4 hours but had lunch at bottom of canyon and added on Two Bridges and Thor’s Hammer. Don’t miss Wall Street

1 day ago

I thought this trail was a lovely little escape from the hoodoos and the crowds. I don't recommend if you have little time in Bryce and are looking for the most scenic hikes, but if you have extra time and want some peace and solitude in the forest, this trail is great. It's easy to follow and you'll see some beautiful fall foliage this time of year. It took me 3.5 hours to complete the trail and I only passed one family towards the end, which they said it had taken them 7.5 hours so I assume the elevation change could be hard on people not used to it. But the family agreed that the hike was beautiful as well too.

Amazing views the entire way. Definitely the best of Bryce

Fun & easy! Beautiful at dusk. The mossy cave was okay. We had the most fun at the waterfall and creek. 10/17/19

Great for beginners, very pretty


2 days ago

Spectacular trail, magnificent views, and a firm moderate rating. We finished in a little over 3.5 hours with several snack stops and some photography. Trail was well-trodden, in great shape, and provides a great sampling of all the nature and landscape that Bryce can supply. Clocked in closer to 8.5 miles, contrary to AllTrails. Started from the North supply shop area.

One of the best hikes I’ve ever done. The trail goes down quite steadily for a mile until you hit the loop. Lots of significant ups and downs on the loop. It’s all so so worth it.

Wouldn't call it a hike. Paved scenic trail, yes, but lots of photo-ops and no elevation. Great exposure to the hoodoos for folks with a dog, though, since the other trails don't allow my mutt.

Agree some some that it's strenuos, but I think "moderate" is appropriate because the trail has a smooth unchallenging surface. If it weren't so steep in parts you could take a wheelchair.

Navajo Loop is beautiful - Queens Garden is meh

Great trail. We had a 3, 8, & 10 year old. We had to carry the 3 year old the whole way but the other two did great. Bring lots of water and snacks. We are glad we followed the park map suggestion starting at sunrise point and taking the trail clockwise. The last 1/2 mile we enjoyed the switch backs in the shade of the hoodoos at midday.

no shade
4 days ago

Beautiful hike. The first half mile and the last half mile have all of the best views. The rest of the hike is kind of pointless. hopefully that's helpful

off trail
5 days ago

Beautiful views; I don’t think it’s kid friendly

no shade
5 days ago

While the trail starts at Fairland point, it can also be started from a lightly used picnic area close to the visitor's center. Ask a park ranger about how to get there, since it's not intuitive. The trail offers amazing vistas from both the rim, and the inside of the canyon as well as up close and personal views of the hoodoos, with exceptional contrast between the hoodoos and the dark blue sky. In addition, the trail was pretty lightly used, allowing us to stop and enjoy the near-absolute silence of the canyon. This hike should not be underestimated. The elevation change is significant, it's at 7000-8000 feet above sea level, which can be challenging for those of us who live at sea level, and has very little shade with the exception of what is provided by the canyon walls in the morning/evening. Despite the rather mild weather, I went through 1.5 liters of water during the hike, and, considering how I felt afterward, probably should have gone through 2. A challenging hike due to the length, elevation change and lack of shade, but well worth it for the views.

BEAUTIFUL! Perfect day today to do this hike!!

Amazing views, great trail, bring the camera!

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