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A lot steeper than I thought it would be!

Amazing. The trail starts to get populated at Emerald Lake, as it's a great place to take a break, and continues up the mountain to the peak. If you're lucky you'll get to see mountain goats like I did!

Ahh's all around! It is soo amazingly beautiful! You can hike Navajo Loop to Bryce and back to Queens. Take plenty of water, especially on hot days, and bug spray if it's a warm day-the horse manure draws biting insects.

Loved the hike so beautiful...

This was a beautiful area, but the crowds of people made it less desirable! It was like a sale at the mall-too many people. Get an early start to help, but during in-season, many get the same idea. Allow plenty of time because it is slow going in the water and be prepared . You Will get wet, but it's refreshing in the heat of the day!

This is amazing!! Quite a long road to get there and seems like never will, but really worth it! There was no one else around when I got there and it was the place all to myself. Truly amazing the rock formations.

A challenging hike but well worth it with great views. Pay close attention to "markers" of stones or dried wood that others have created to keep you on track. Take plenty of water-especially during hot weather!! This can't be stressed enough, I thought I had enough water and mistakenly I didn't. Be sure to follow the signs out to the top of the arch! This is the most Fantastic part!! I mistakenly took the trail further down to a lookout point then turned around to return.

This is just an annoying "hike." Almost not even worth it. If you do it, continue beyond the Y. It's just kind of ugly.

If you do this hike, you have to go to the top of the falls, where the restaurant is. I think it's being taken down now, but it makes the hike much harder and will require some climbing, but it is a blast.