Navajo Loop and Queen's Garden Trail is a 2.7 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Bryce, Utah that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until October.
Hike into the canyon to experience Bryce Canyon's famous hoodoos; the best way to see the amazing hoodoos up close. This hike is hands down the best way to see the hoodoos of Bryce Canyon. The views from sunrise point and sunset point on the rim area stunning, but you will experience an entirely different Bryce Canyon from the canyon floor while looking up at the hoodoos. You start by hiking down Wall street a narrow canyon with high rock walls on either side. Soon after you will reach the flat canyon floor with the option to finish the Navajo Loop or continue on along the Queens Garden Trail to see more of the canyon. If you have time, hike on to Queens Garden where you will see some of the most spectacular formations in the park. After you final ascent up to the rim you will arrive at sunrise point with a final view of the canyon. Hoodoos go through several stages: First they start as plateaus and water erodes away the sides until they become fins. Once the things become fairly skinny, holes will erode in the middle of them, creating a window. Finally, after more erosion, the top of the windows will break away leaving a hoodoo in its place. In Bryce, most erosion occurs from "frost wedging". Rain seeps into cracks of the rocks, and when the temperature drops the water freezes and expands, which creates larger cracks in the rocks.
took the kids! it was awesome!!
Amazing. Must do.
Great trail. Bring your water. Was watching some families that only had a couple small bottles.
Part of trail was closed due to rock slides. Pretty heavily traveled but there's a reason for that. It's like being on another planet.
Clockwise from the rim Trail was a good hike.