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Great views! It really was a great time exploring all the old lava formations! Not much shade but well worth your time!

This has to be our new favorite hike in Bryce and we have done them all. The views are spectacular beyond measure. We took a lot of photos. Our group was 5 people and we stopped a fair amount to view the scenery and rest, but it only took us 3 hours and 45 minutes. There is shade from time to time. There were other hikers, but not many. We reciting some good advice from the rangers, start at sunset point and go counter clockwise. It was amazing and in the late afternoon light the canyon was brilliant. It is a hard hike, but doable by most. Take plenty of water and your phone/camera. This hike doesn’t disappoint!

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rocky
2 hours ago

This is a great trail for running or hiking! We were only able to complete the small loop, as the portion beyond the bathrooms was closed until June 1st for dry out. We first hiked it clockwise and we liked it SO much that we went back out for another loop— but this time counter clockwise! Great views of Snow Basin, wildflowers everywhere, and PRO TIP: be sure to bring giggling friends along for this adventure!! Highly recommend this trail and I can’t wait to go back and run it!!

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scramble
2 hours ago

Above the Y is beautiful! But also quite hard.

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bugs
2 hours ago

Sooo pretty. Go early before it gets really warm.

Great hike with the right shoes because it’s very rocky. It’s annoying how many people are on the trail. Beautiful water fall. The terrain changes and it makes for a fun variety:)

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rocky
3 hours ago

very interesting water hike. Started at 8 in the morning and finished at 5. Make sure to rent an insulated pants and shoes because water is up to your chest or depends how tall you are other than that it's beautiful hike. enjoy

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3 hours ago

Beautiful waterfall. Very short.

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no shade
3 hours ago

one of my favorite hike in Utah. very steep and narrow so be very careful and hold on to the chain. Views are amazing.

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no shade
4 hours ago

Definitely think this is more of an easy hike than moderate, but liked it nonetheless! Great views and pleasant trail!

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no shade
4 hours ago

Nice trail for a moderate temp May morning. Will absolutely do again.

Walter’s wiggles, and other switchbacks are worth it when you see the view. Not too heavily trafficked after Angels Landing.

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rocky
scramble
4 hours ago

The last mile or so up to the arch was a bit rough. There is always a way around the puddles, don’t let your boots get soaked

Beautiful mountain views the whole way. Me, my partner, and my daughter were the only ones on the trail the whole way. The lake is so beautiful. There is a road to get up to the lake, but this hike is definitely the funner way to go. :)

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4 hours ago

We did this hike in the fall and the trees changing colors were incredible. Every color of leaf was found up there and the smells were amazing. I can’t speak to this hike for the summer but during the fall it is a must see!

My first trail of 2020. I definitely will do it again

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rocky
4 hours ago

beautiful!! your going up the whole time to get to the falls but it's worth it!

Perfect for kids with a gorgeous view. Drive out there is stunning. You could do multiple hikes around the area. Still a bit of snow late May. Expect it to be chilly because of shaded hike.

This trail is so much fun, its a must if you haven't tried it!

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4 hours ago

Beautiful!

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5 hours ago

Good hike with a lot to see & do along the trail. Make sure to continue above the first waterfall & don’t forget your swimsuits. We met some great people & had a blast cliff jumping. Steep going down & steep going back up but overall one of my favorite hikes in the area.

Great hike! Nobody was up at the top and not a whole lot of people on the main trails either.

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scramble
5 hours ago

Such a beautiful hike! We took our boys, 8 & 12 and they did just fine. It was a little muddy & slippery in parts so wear good shoes! My only complaint, the trail was way too crowded, we'll try a weekday next time. And SO much dog poop it was ridiculous. If you can't be a decent dog owner & pick up after your dogs, leave them home!

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no shade
5 hours ago

We went the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend and it was insanely crowded. Social distancing was nearly impossible. That said, this hike was amazing. It is like a reallllllllly long walk, on the beach because it was so sandy. Our kids and our 3 month old puppy were able to do it. There is almost no shade, the scenery is spectacular the entire way, and we also encountered a rattlesnake. There were lots of dogs. The falls are amazing and the water is cold. This is where social distancing was hard. There is limited space and people were everywhere. Many people wore swimsuits and were swimming. Many people hiked barefoot. Many people brought hammocks to hang out around the falls (there are lots of trees by the falls for that). There is plenty of shade at the falls. There is limited parking and many people have to walk 1/2 mile or so to their cars after the hike (we got lucky and got a spot). We started at noon and got back to our car at 4:30 pm. Some people were just beginning the hike when we were leaving, and there were definitely fewer people and more parking spots at 4:30 pm.

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scramble
5 hours ago

I did just the Peekaboo and Spooky Slot Canyons on 5/24 and loved them. Super unique experience to squeeze through all the cracks and crevices of the canyon but if you’re a larger human (particularly width-wise) I’d avoid this hike. I’m 5”6 130 lbs and felt like I barely fit through some parts at times, but there were definitely bigger people than that there making it happen lol. There are a few parts in the beginning of Peekaboo where you have to climb up a bit but they weren’t very challenging in my opinion. Only thing that really bothered me about this hike was how congested it got with people at the point in Spooky where there’s a drop and then another drop with a rope. I was literally waiting in the tiny canyon with 30 other people for 45 minutes. **If you’re afraid of relatively short drops, have a baby/toddler in your arms, or a large dog that’s wining from discomfort from the slots please don’t go on this hike. I honestly wouldn’t recommend any dogs you can’t carry in your arms at all on these. Also don’t be rude and take 20 pics of each child going down the drop after we’ve already been waiting 45 mins** Held it up for so many people and I’m pretty sure we were after the larger morning rush who said they were waiting an hour in that spot. Besides that, these little hikes were so great and interesting. Bring water because the walk down to the beginning of the slots hikes from the trailhead is hot, and especially brutal after you’re going back up after a long day. Also note there’s about an hour long drive from the main road to the various parking lots for the slot canyon hikes so factor that in when you’re planning logistics. Will definitely hit this beautiful trail again but probably at a different time of day.

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5 hours ago

The sand is a bit tough, but the views are spectacular. Definitely go left at the fork - you’ll have some cement to help with the ascent. The other side is all loose sand and is very challenging when on incline.

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