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This is an of-shoot option from the Navajo Trail or you can access it directly from Bryce Point. You can undertake a half-loop and go back up to the rim at either of these points but it's then a walk back to the car from...More
My favorite hike in the park and although it's a full day hike adding in the hike down to the trail head and back up it is well worth the trip. Bring a lot of water and a camera for sure.. MUST DO!!! If you...More
We parked at Bryce Point and walked this trail (took the side with the bathroom) over to Navajo Trail and Queen's Garden, then back up to rim and walked rim back to Bryce Point. You traverse the entire ampitheater.
We did part of the Peekaboo Loop after hiking down from Bryce Point. Make sure you catch the part with the Windows on the World. That side of the loop is well worth the work. From there we saw the Queen’s Garden and on up...More
The descent into the Peekaboo loop was muddy and slippery after an early fall snow storm the previous day. By the end of the hike, however, we decided to go back up the canyon via the Navajo loop via the Two Bridges trail and return...More
Each of the three parks is uniquely spectacular. What made Bryce stand out versus GC and Zion (Backroads trip) as the trail through the Hoodoos. It both up-and-down, rather then down than up (GC); or just up then down (Zion).
Our second day at Bryce we decided to hike the Peek a Boo loop. Amazing views. It's more strenuous than the Queen's Garden/Navajo loop and smells like horse chips at times. It was pretty warm the day we hiked. Bring a lot of water. Worth...More
We don’t pretend to be top notch hikers but we are in decent shape. Had i known what i knew after the hike i might have thought twice. HOWEVER, what a hike! So worth it. Took several breaks. Views are incredible. There is a 1500+...More
The Peek-A-Boo Loop can be reached at the half way point of the Navajo Loop at the bottom of the canyon. It is a three mile loop with lots of ups and downs so it provides a lot of cardiovascular exercise. It is well worth...More
Response from LucarBanff | Reviewed this property |
There is some shade at the bottom of the canyon, but most of it is not shaded. I would recommend starting early in the morning. Have fun!
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Peek-A-Boo Canyon vs. Peek-A-Boo Loop (2 Replies)
I have a few questions regarding Peek-A-Boo Canyon in Escalante and Peek-A-Boo Loop in Bryce.  Are they both the same spot?  If not, which one is better?  Where do the trail start?  I have an AWD wagon (taller than sedan). Is it enough to take us to the trailhead early June? Thanks in advance!
April 10, 2013|
AWD? no problem getting you to slot canyons near Escalante. As far as which one is better? One is a colorful formation hike in a national park. The other is a slot canyon loop in a national monument. Both are outstanding.
planning trip out west---Badlands, RM NP, Tetons,Yellowstone (9 Replies)
I'm in the very early stages of planning a trip out west for next summer. Two adults (49, 43 y/o) and three children (20, 16, 13). We visited Utah last year. We visited the 5 NPs and the Grand Canyon over 12 days, flying in and out of Vegas renting a mini-van. We hiked Angels Landing, The Narrows, Peek-A-Boo loop trail, guided rappelling/hiking with Excursions of Escalante, numerous other day hikes, rented a Jeep in Arches NP, Jeep tour with Dan Mick in Moab, Navajo guided evening tour in...More
August 30, 2015|
Response fromDan P|
Have you looked at the cost differences of doing a loop trip out of Denver or another airport? Any thought of reversing the route? For this trip I'd honestly push it to mid June. In yellostone early June you can still get fold/snow while less in late June. With Rocky Mountain...it's the highest elevation you will be at. I have been there a few times in mid June. At the rnd if May it's possible that trail ridge isn't open yet in a heavy snow. I've been there around June 16-21 in my...More
After Zion, where to go for best day hikes? (4 Replies)
Hi! My husband and I are flying into Vegas on Friday night, 9/30. We like day hikes with some challenge and big pay off. In light of that, I'm really excited about Zion. I'm less certain about the rest of the trip. Right now, here is the itinerary I'm considering. Is there somewhere else with great hiking we should go instead? Sat: Drive to Zion in the AM Zion - Emerald Pools, Kayenta Trail Sun: Zion - the Narrows Mon: Zion - Angel's Landing Tues: Zion - Observation Point,...More
May 26, 2011|
Seems to me you have a fairly complete itinerary. For Escalante you mention Peek-a-boo and Spooky then say " will we be sick of slot canyons?" I think, in reality, these are the first slot canyons you're going to see. If you're going to consider Grosvenor Arch then you also want to consider visiting the Kodachrome Basin. What I think is one of the prettiest little slot canyons is Willis Creek. It is close to Cannonville and there is a visitor center which can give you map and...More