Looking for a great trail in Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah? AllTrails has 30 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 12 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.

Amazing views at every angle. The trail says 3 miles but it’s definitely longer. There’s a bit of everything. We loved it!

Easy hike if you want a more "woodsy" view.

Great hike with some of the best views or Utah. Do yourself a favor and hike this trail.

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muddy
snow
2 days ago

Beautiful views and a nice winding trail!

We didn’t realize this a “horses have right of way” trail. It was very beautiful and challenging except for the nearly constant green stripe of horse poop the entire loop. I was thankful it was cold and only had to deal with a couple of flies. There were at least 3 groups of 10+ riders sharing the trail. Hiking while breathing hard and having horse poop stench with flies is disgusting. I guess if you like horses you enjoy the smell. I don’t and don’t. Heads up! Peek-A-POOP trail is a better name.

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rocky
3 days ago

This trail is awesome!! I’m not sure I’d rate in hard, but it’s not easy. I would definitely recommend going counterclockwise - the views progress better that way. We went to the tower bridge too, I wouldn’t say it was worth it. You get better views of it on the fairyland trail anyway (and less people). Overall, this was an awesome hike!!

Date Hiked: 5/16/19 This was a spectacular hike. A good alternative to the Navajo Loop being closed. Do this one counter-clockwise. I can't see why anyone would do it clockwise. It's more difficult and the views don't progress as well. I don't give many hikes 5-stars because I'm more of an alpine and big mountain person (GNP) but this one deserves it. Bryce Canyon is otherwordly. If you go the way All Trails suggests, it should not be rated as hard. People were fairly dispersed along the trail and the side trip to Tower Bridge was not worth it. Do this one even if Navajo opens eventually!

Must do hike for Bryce! Takes you into the hoodoos to the Queen Victoria hoodoo. Unfortunately the Navajo Loop was closed for trail repair so the return trip involved retracing your steps back the same way! You get to see the hoodoos from a different vantage. Trail back up is quite steep, but you stop to take photos often so it is not bad at all!! The full loop would have been better just for the extra sights!

Short hike on rim looking into The Queen’s Garden. Great warm up to going down into the QG via whichever route us available. YOU MUST GO INTO THE QG to get the full effect!

hiking
4 days ago

Paved viewpoint that looks over amphitheater. Shuttle stop #3.

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muddy
snow
4 days ago

Stunning hike. We went down Queen’s Garden then caught the connector to Peekaboo. Was recommended to go clockwise around the loop.

Awesome views along the way, but the climb back up is steep. Be prepared for that walk, fairly crowded but overall a really nice little hike.

Really cool view of canyon, for those unable to truly hike this is a good one for them, although it must be said gettin to the highest point can be a bit of a workout. Overall not too bad, just a lot of people as could be expected.

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no shade
4 days ago

Overall really stunning hike. Navajo Loop trail is closed (as of May 13), so the fastest way to access the Peekaboo Loop is via Bryce Point. The other option, which we took, is to start from Sunrise Point, and take the Queen's Garden Trail. From there, we opted to take the horse trail to Peekaboo Loop as it was much less crowded than Queen's Garden Connecting Trail. The horse trail takes you through the bottom of the canyon and is relatively flat, nice after the steep descent of Queen's Garden. Once we reached the Peekaboo Loop, we decided to go counterclockwise and instead of finishing the loop, we took the Bryce Point trail back up to Bryce Point and took the shuttle back to Sunset/Sunrise. The Peekaboo Loop is definitely worth the effort. The Wall of Windows alone made the hike for me but there is lots of other natural beauty. We passed three groups of riders while on Peekaboo. Bathrooms were available near the intersection of Bryce Point trail and Peekaboo.

A must do hike, as long as you don't mind a busy trail

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no shade
5 days ago

Great hike with many beautiful views! It's a long hike with many great views of the landscape. Not very crowded at all, even in the middle of the day. I'd recommend if you're planning to spend a long time on one trail!

probably one of my favorite hikes yet. we started at 7:30 and wrapped up around 10:45. it makes a big difference to follow the trail clockwise as the park suggests. will definitely do this hike again.

breathtaking views entire way

Hiked from Bryce Point to Sunrise Point, 4.7 miles via Upper Peekaboo trail to Queens Garden trail. It was awesome! We are 59 and 57 years old. Took us 2 1/2 hours with photo stops. Didn’t rate it a 5, as we had to consistently walk over horse crap on the Peekaboo trail.

backpacking
5 days ago

Absolutely stunning! Also strenuous in our 50ish year old opinion, but doable. Bring lots of water and protein bars, and try to travel light.

hiking
5 days ago

Woooo. So awesome in mid-May. Temps in 70s. Amazing scenery. Started at Sunrise and exited at Bryce Point. The wiggles are pretty cool. This trail is very well designed as it curves through the fins. Disney will some day try to replicate it and charge $150.

on Fairyland Loop Trail

7 days ago

Park at Fairyland Point. The sign that says "no motor vehicles" posted at the entrance is for ATVs to keep off the bike path. If you're up early around sunrise it will be nice and cool and you will have most of the trail to yourself.

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rocky
7 days ago

Excellent views,

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muddy
7 days ago

Incredible beauty around every turn. Many shady parts in the early morning. Long uphill walk from the loop trail back to Bryce Point. Took 3 hours with many stops for picture-taking.

Took a little over two hours. Beautiful views of the hoodoos!

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