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Wall Street and Queens Garden Loop Trail

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Bryce Canyon National Park

Wall Street and Queens Garden Loop Trail is a 3.2 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Bryce, Utah that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips and is best used from June until November.

Length 3.2 mi Elevation gain 643 ft Route type Loop
Kid friendly Hiking Nature trips Walking Views Wildlife Rocky No shade No dogs
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Please note that portions of this loop may close due to weather and freezing overnight temperatures. Heavily trafficked combination trail loop weaving in and out of red rock formations through Bryce Canyon. Please note that the Wall Street portion of the trail is often closed throughout the year due to freezing overnight temperatures. Summer months are the best time to see Wall Street. This same route can be modified by cutting through the Navajo loop segment when Wall Street is closed.

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Hailey Williams
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Started at Wall Street and walked Navajo loop, peekaboo, and then up a horse trail and then onto the queens garden loop. Started up the horse trail on accident, but seeing as it was too early for trail rides I had the entire trail to myself the whole way up and got the most incredible views of the canyon. Disclaimer: all of the trails mentioned above connect to one another almost like a giant figure 8 so don’t worry if you end up on a trail you didn’t intend on hiking... you’ll be able to find your way back shortly. Just remember to bring plenty of water! Finished all these hikes in about an hour and a half.

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Jim Gressang
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Nick Duckhorn
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Rachel Helfing
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Nice, wide trail with enough shade and rest stops to make the journey comfortable for most hikers. We took our time since this trail takes you through so many different ecosystems. Well worth it. If you’re someone who likes to take a slow, gentle slope up, start at Sunset point to go down Wall Street. If you’d like to get your uphill over with quickly, start at Sunrise and make your way down Queens Garden. Can’t go wrong either way.

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bob miller
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if possible, go counterclockwise. go down wall street and up queen's. beautiful views. path is wide but either way a very good hike up.

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Leslie MacKeen
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Gorgeous scenery. SUPER crowded.

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Edward Perez
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Ed DelValle
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Sam Barker
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Awesome trail - if you’re looking to go a little longer you can do sunrise point through queens garden to Navajo loop up to sunset back down Wall Street and then onto peekaboo loop to Bryce point (sounds complicated but it’s not!) ended up being 6 miles and took about 3:45 with a lot of stops for pictures. This place is amazing. The hike up to Bryce point was my favorite of the park. The shuttle will take you pack to your car at sunrise point. You can even take a shower for $3 at the outpost if you want to clean up! We stayed in Bryce, hiked the canyon in the morning and then continued onto Zion in the afternoon. Great vacation - two must see places. The pictures don’t do it justice, the place is amazing.

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Carolina Nascimento
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Awesome trail! For more of a challenge, start of at sunset point and make your way around (more of a steeper climb at the end)

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David Lee
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This is a great route. Start at sunrise and finish at sunset. Then you walk back on the rim. So much beauty. Trail is busy in September. Some shade at the bottom of the canyon.

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Tess W.
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Hiked from Sunrise Point over to Wall Street. Hard climb up but very beautiful scenery!

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Michelle Bruback
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The most beautiful hike I’ve ever been on to date! A must see!

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Bill Buetow
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Mark D
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We started at Sunrise Point around 530pm, took Queens Garden trail, then hooked onto Navajo, and got back up via Wall Street. Highly recommend this route. Clockwise. Wall Street is a must, Unique experience. Highly recommend going in evening or early morning so not so hot in mid day. Not many masks.

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Caroline Leonard
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Wall st is a must, gives you a very different view of Bryce. Steep and steady incline if going up, but opportunities to stop and rest. Loved this hike

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Nathan Dawson
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Absolutely stunning amazing views and the queens garden was amazing of how the rock formation was so similar to the statue. We did Navaho loop, queens garden, peekaboo loop and Wall Street. Was a long hike but got to see everything in one trip.

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Katherine Saez
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Add Wall Street for a fun ending

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hartwg User
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Christine Lee
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Wall St is a must

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Kyle Holbrook
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Great hike, started at sunrise point, queens garden and then into Wall Street. 4 miles round trip. Get there early for parking and to avoid fighting crowds on the trail.

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Kenny Faulkner
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Great hike! Wall Street is amazing! We went late in the afternoon and was able to escape crowds and direct sun. Wear good hiking shoes to help with traction.

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Greg Skodacek
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A great hike! A beautiful day. Couldn't get any better.

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Mona Raina
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We did this as part of Wall Street, Navajo loop and it was gorgeous! Recommend early morning start.

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Wes Heaps
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I did this at evening and timed it to arrive at Sunset Point at sunset. Highly recommend doing it either very early or later in the evening as it is both cooler and less trafficked that way. Amazingly beautiful! The climb up Wall Street is steep, but well maintained with lots of switchbacks and is fairly easy for a seasoned hiker who may be used to unmaintained trails. If you do only one hike in Bryce— this should be it.

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Jared Forkner
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Bryan Eck
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Tim Lewis
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Such an outstanding hike. I haven't seen the rest of Bryce but I feel that if you only had one day, this would be the choice trail. I found myself stopping every few seconds to take pictures. Loved every minute of it! We did this with kids on our backs with no problem. Bring lots of water and wear good shoes. Very busy but everyone was friendly and respectful of your space.

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Jaylen Manley
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very cool

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Alecia Grimes
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Absolutely stunning. We didn’t have time to do the entire trail so we climbed down Wall Street to the trees and hiked back up. Well worth the quick hike for the beauty of the canyon.

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