Tower Bridge Trail is a 3.6 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Bryce Canyon, Utah that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until October.
Great hike with a lot of variation in the landscape. As it is part of the Fairyland Loop, you can always extend it to make a longer hike but at the end of the day, just going out to Tower Bridge and back was a great hike to end with. There are some really nice views of the hoodoos. The trail is also fairly wide and even, not too many rocks, but a little snowy/muddy at the end of winter. The white sandstone against the sapphire sky was incredible. And across from that was this sea of red sand and the China Wall. It felt like being on Mars. Tower Bridge, you can't actually get that close to, but you can see it pretty decently if you find a spot between the trees. This trail is not nearly as popular as the Navajo or Queens trails but worth venturing down for some variation.
Hike this as part of the Fairyland Loop trail. The bridge is quite amazing and the trail is excellent and uncrowded in February
In my opinion Tower Bridge itself isn't really worth the hike. However the Chinese Wall, which is about halfway on this out and back, definitely is. So if I did it again I'd go to the Chinese Wall and turn back there, saving the time and energy for a second hike.
Awesome out and back trail. lots of cool rock formations and beautiful views.
Fun beautiful hike with many different rock formations to observe! It is a pretty hot trail with not much shade so bring water! This would be a good hike for families as it is pretty easy and not many dangerous areas like other hikes in the area.
Just do it! The whole hike is just beautiful with tons of cool rock formations to explore and take pictures by.
Did this hike during the fairyland loop and had a wonderful time. Incredible incline but totally do-able. Great sites as well.
Beautiful hike! More quiet, more solitude.
Pretty easy trail depending on the shape you are in. Going down is really easy, coming up is a little more difficult but the ascent is pretty gradual and the view is absolutely incredible. Getting the Tower Bridge is well worth the effort. Very beautiful rock formation at the end.
Beautiful hike that also provided a relief from the crowds at other trailheads. I was literally saying "oh wow" out loud multiple times, loved the variety of scenery and landscape, and came back from the hike a better man than when I started it. I loved this hike so much.