Explore the most popular hiking trails near Bryce with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

We started at Wall Street and made our way to queens garden, then back up to the rim. Wall Street was absolutely amazing and better in person than seeing photos! I’m so glad we decided to visit Bryce. It was a bit steep finishing the hike up to the rim but it probably would have been harder hiking the other way around - finishing with Wall Street. We hiked Nov 14, 2018 and it was chilly but we warmed up easily. And I was surprised how busy it was considering how empty North Rim was at the Grand Canyon the day prior.

Awesome hike through the hoodoos! We started with Queens Garden Loop and ended going up Wall Street (kindof by accident— missed Najvajo somehow). It was a tough climb out of there but so much fun! Incredible scenery!!

Amazing views

Gorgeous! The Wall Street portion was still open when we visited last week and it was one of our favorite parts of the hike.

Gorgeous and well worth the ups and downs.

I was tired so I just did the lower and mid viewpoints. It’s amazing!

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15 days ago

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

This trail was amazing! The Queen Victoria formation really looks like Queen Victoria. You have a choice of going up the Two Bridges trail or the Wall Street trail to finish the loop. I did Two Bridges. Wall Street is the “slot canyon.” I saw a Steller’s Jay and a chipmunk.

This was definitely hard. And it’s more like 8.5 miles. I started at Sunrise Point where I watched the sun rise before heading counterclockwise down the Tower Bridge trail. There are definitely more hoodoos on the amphitheater side than on the Fairyland Canyon side. The trail takes you down to Tower Bridge (a formation that really looks like Tower Bridge in London) and up Boat Mesa, then back down and around through Fairyland Canyon. It ends with a somewhat easy 2.7 mile hike on the Rim Trail.

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16 days ago

Loved this trek! Passageways that open up into an amazing canyon (working clockwise) and the view of the windows is impressive. Not much traffic.

The view of the switchbacks looking down on Navajo is amazing!

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17 days ago

Absolutely amazing hike. Incredible views that aren’t anything like those in the nearby national parks. Recommend hiking counter clockwise to save the best views for the middle/end of the hike. The strenuous sections are broken up and spaced between long flat sections, which I greatly appreciated

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19 days ago

This is an absolutely gorgeous hike with almost constant breathtaking views. This will easily be one of the prettiest hikes that you have ever been on, although it is mildly strenuous.

Beautiful hike the whole way through. It's a bit strenuous, but is most definitely worth it.

One of the wonders of nature
Enjoyed three hours of hiking up and down and admiring beautiful scenery
I shall go back any day

hiking
21 days ago

First time at Bryce. I hiked down and backup Wall Street. The plan was to hike all of Peekaboo take some landscape photography but I was awed by the beauty and was side tracked and started composing and shooting. The photo I uploaded was taken on another day and a typical shot at a different part of Bryce.

The best I have hiked. Loved it

Beautiful trail some puffing coming back up but not bad

If you only have one hike to do, do this one.

Beautiful and one of the easier hikes in Utah in my opinion. Video one my hike with the wife here.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FbbfWx9M7I0

Very nice very steep! Landscape is captivating! Amazing formations around every bend! A must see

Excellence views!! The semi-strenuous parts are spread throughout the hike so it makes the hike pretty moderate overall. When you get down to the bottom of Navajo trail going towards peek-a-boo trail, start to the left of the sign as the end of the trail is the cathedral scenic view and that’s pretty much the end and totally worth waiting for. If you don’t have much time then go to the right and it’ll be a good uphill climb to see the best view and then straight back down. You can do that within an hour. Enjoyed every minute!

Awesome trail, obvious why it’s so popular.

Easy flat and paved. Beautiful views.

Be sure to go down through queens garden then up Wall Street. In the summer queens garden is fully exposed to the sun and no fun to go up while going up wall street is primarily shaded

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30 days ago

I see this trail as the signature hike in Bryce Canyon. We started the hike at the general store and hiked counter-clockwise. This hike lets you get up close and personal with the hoodoos.It's amazing to stand right in front of a hoodoo and look up. On the strenuous scale I would rate the hike a 7 out of 10. The trail had no steep climbs but a lot of ups and downs. The only drawback we had was the mud near the general store and Fairyland Point. Overall a great hike.

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1 month ago

Did this hike the day after a snow storm. Beautiful views, a lot of snow in the ground. Some areas were tough because of ice and slippery mud from the melting snow, trekking poles we're extremely helpful. We started and finished at Bryce point, the last mile back up is a good climb and made tougher because of the snow. it's a good hike because there were up and down areas throughout, not just straight down and the straight back up.

We started at Queen's Garden and looped up to Wall Street. A snowstorm was coming through the day we did this 10/17. The snow and ice made some areas very slippery, trekking poles really helped to keep my balance. Beautiful scenery both from the top and bottom of the Rim. Luckily I because of the storm it was quieter and there were less people on the trail.

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1 month ago

Definitely go counterclickwise as Fairyland is lower than Sunrise. And leave a vehicle at Fairyland as the shuttle doesn't stop there. The trail between Tower Bridge and Fairyland is awesome. We walked it in the afternoon and saw hoodos that looked translucent because of reflections off the rocks. We made the mistake of thinking the shuttle stopped at Fairyland, but some very nice people have us a lift back, so we didn't need to walk yet another 2 mi. While Alltrails lists this as hard, it really is just longer than most of the moderately rated trails. Not as crowded as Queens Garden and Navajo, so peaceful.

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