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Piracy Point is a 0.5 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Bryce, Utah that offers the chance to see wildlife and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from April until November.

Length 0.5 mi Elevation gain 45 ft Route type Out & Back
Kid friendly Hiking Nature trips Walking Bird watching Forest Views Wildlife No dogs
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Trevor Hopper
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Brad Medellin
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Matthew Sieg
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Scenic driving

Not much of a hike, more of a different vantage point of the same canyon, worth doing though since it’s so short and no real elevation gain. For me the best part was a food truck in the parking lot selling hot dogs and ice cream, and these were gourmet dogs, loved it.

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Don Schuy
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Hiking

The trail was barely a trail since the view was right there. Agree that there are much better views in Bryce. Do it just to say you did everything in Bryce; otherwise, you can skip it and be ok.

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Troy Colwill
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Hiking

Short but worth the stop.

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Matt W
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Hiking

Very short walk for some more than worthwhile views.

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Pavel Hanc
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Hiking

Not much of a hike, but if you stop in the lot, you might as well take the short walk to the viewpoint. It's not the best one in Bryce, but it's worth stopping at, especially if it's only going to take you 10 minutes.

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Alex Bellenger
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Hiking

It’s super short and ends at an amazing viewpoint.

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Pat Pearsall
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Hiking

Surprisingly quiet! Half full parking lot and almost no one took the less than quarter mile trek to the overlook. Nice stroll and decent views. A good stop after one of the longer canyon hikes

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Phillip Burger
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Hiking

Simple walk from the Farview Point parking lot to see parts of the canyon.

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Doug Neidholdt
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Hiking

Short walk to another views of the Hoodoos. One of many overlooks at the park. This one does allow a short walk just off the rim.

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Classified Noneoffyourbusiness
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Jennifer Kumar
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Walking

I enjoyed this short walk. There wasn't any recognizable elevation gain. This trail doesn't follow the cliffside, but starts a little distance from the cliff, going through some trees, until it winds back to the cliffside. We walked closer to the view/cliff in another location that wasn't the viewpoint as well. I'd recommend this trail to anyone wanting a short, easy walk to another view of the hoodoos.

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Zach Alan
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Walking
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generally overlooked nature trail - great place to escape the crowds

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Artem Danylenko
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Lane K. Parsons
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SpxChih C
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Robert A
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Jennifer Collars
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Eric Fetherman
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Scotty Chance
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Bri Goet
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Christopher Green
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Wade Pittrich
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Reyna Paisley
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Adam Atherton
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Chris & Amber McCarthy
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Joe Sheehan
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Matthew Hodson
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James Porter
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