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Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks Small Group Tour from Las Vegas
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Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks Small Group Tour from Las Vegas

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Get an early start with this road trip to two amazing national parks in southern Utah: Zion and Bryce Canyon. Departing from hotels on the Las Vegas Strip, spend an entire day exploring these natural wonders. Discover them on hikes with a small group and a guide who knows the terrain.
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Lihkin wrote a review Nov 2020
Los Angeles, California51 contributions45 helpful votes
Peek-A-Boo trail is my favorite hike in Bryce Canyon National Park. The trail starts from Bryce Point (which by itself is a great place for sunrise) and descends into the canyon for a mile or so, before joining up with the Peek-a-boo loop. I think this initial 1 mile is stunning as you get to witness some amazing views of the amphitheater as you head down. If you are able to start your hike at sunrise or a little before, you will get to see some gorgeous light falling on the hoodoos as the sun rises above the horizon - it is magical. However, I would advise not to do the loop (i.e. don't start from Bryce Point, then head down, do the loop and come back up). A better way to do this hike is to start at Bryce Point and head down the trail at sunrise. Do the first mile until you hit the start of the loop. At this point, I strongly advise to go clockwise (i.e. turn left) - this is because I find this part of the loop much prettier with a great view of the Wall of Windows and other structures. The right side doesn't have such a good view. Additionally, if you do intend to do the loop (don't do the loop - just read on for what I advice), then don't do it anti-clockwise early morning. This is because you will be facing East when doing the left part of the loop and the sun will backlight any structure that you want to photograph. You will not get good photos unless you turn and face the other way. Thus if you do decide to do the loop, do it clockwise, so that you will be able to get great shots. My advice though is to start clockwise on the Pee-A-Boo loop and then instead of heading back when you reach the intersection towards Navajo loop, head to Navajo loop and Wall Street. Once you pass Wall Street, don't go up, but instead head to the Queen's Garden and ultimately come up at Sunrise Point. Sunrise Point is much lower than Bryce Point and you would avoid a part of the steep hike back up to Bryce Point. Additionally, you will end up seeing a lot more of the Canyon - Bryce Point, Peek-A-Boo loop, Navajo Loop, Queen's Garden etc. At Sunrise Point, take the shuttle (when they are running) back to Bryce Point to your car. This makes for a fantastic hike. It takes me around 2.45 hours to do this entire route (until Sunrise Point) with plenty of stops for photos etc. In conclusion - fabulous hike and a must do... especially at sunrise.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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radx4 wrote a review Nov 2020
Ellicott City, Maryland1,995 contributions221 helpful votes
We enjoyed many hikes at Bryce Canyon National Park. One particular highlight was hiking from Bryce Point down the Hat Shop Trail. There were many interesting and unique views along the way down into the canyon. However, at the bottom of the canyon you encounter the Peek-A-Boo Loop trail. This trail is a 3 mile loop that is relatively flat. We started to hike the trail, but quickly found that it is littered with large amounts of horse droppings. That made it rather unpleasant for hiking. If you are riding a horse, this might be a fun trail to take. Otherwise, stick to the other trails in the park.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Zoom_Gotti wrote a review Oct 2020
Henderson, Nevada1,238 contributions802 helpful votes
Yes, do this trail! Start either at Sunset on the Navajo Loop or at Bryce Point. Once down in the canyon, the trail network will be a system of ups and downs. If you direct yourself toward the formations beneath Inspiration Point first, you'll be sure not to miss the Wall of Windows formation. The actual loop is about 3 miles; not bad. Remember, though, to factor in the distance it took you to get down into the canyon. And, of course, you have to get back up. And along the trail you'll pass through some short tunnels which open up into astounding landscape views. Marvelous photo ops here. And near the Navajo Loop linkup is a makeshift picnic area. Also the horse trail passes through here. The trail can be very busy as can the parking areas along the rim. Sunset Point and the adjoining Lodge area has more parking options than Bryce Point. But if you use the shuttle option, you'll have no worries.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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farish2 wrote a review Sep 2020
Carrollton, Texas233 contributions92 helpful votes
We took Sunrise Point down through Queens Garden to the Peek-A-Boo Loop and the Navaho Loop Trail up to Sunset Point. It's a continuously beautiful changing scenery throughout the hike. The switchbacks in Peek-A-Boo are what make is so strenuous. Take a lunch with you and plenty of water.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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annekabjorkeson wrote a review Sep 2020
Boston, Massachusetts486 contributions432 helpful votes
This is the way to experience Bryce. It was sour first time at Bryce & the shuttle driver recommend peek-a-boo.. we were sure happy we got that recommendation. Hiking into the canyon is an unreal experience in itelf, and this loop winds on and through the hoodoos. It was just spectacular. The hike out of the canyon is strenuous, but very do-able.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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