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Navajo Trail

Desert View Dr., Tusayan, Bryce Canyon National Park, UT
+1 435-834-5322
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Such a unique place and great hike. Youll feel like you are in Egypt or a different planet. One... read more

Reviewed yesterday
theowens3
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San Antonio, Texas
A Fun Trail to take in the Area

The Navajo Loop was a great way to see down into the Amphitheater and pass by so many scenic spots... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
BRDman7
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Vancouver, Canada
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The 2.2-mile trail takes hikers down 521 feet into the magnificent canyon, so make sure you bring lots of film.
  • Excellent86%
  • Very good12%
  • Average1%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible0%
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“wall street” (48 reviews)
“take your time” (30 reviews)
“sunset point” (45 reviews)
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Desert View Dr., Tusayan, Bryce Canyon National Park, UT
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"wall street"
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"take your time"
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"sunset point"
in 45 reviews
"queen's garden"
in 33 reviews
"great hike"
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"thor's hammer"
in 20 reviews
"closed due"
in 8 reviews
"switch backs"
in 10 reviews
"bring water"
in 11 reviews
"steep descent"
in 4 reviews
"slot canyon"
in 9 reviews
"hiking shoes"
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"counter clockwise"
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"every corner"
in 8 reviews
"blue sky"
in 6 reviews
"canyon walls"
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Reviewed yesterday

Such a unique place and great hike. Youll feel like you are in Egypt or a different planet. One of coolest and most unique places we have ever been. Great hike - a little steep at times and very dusty, but worth it.

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Reviewed 3 days ago

The Navajo Loop was a great way to see down into the Amphitheater and pass by so many scenic spots. Be sure to take water with you.

Thank BRDman7
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Steep elevation on the climb out: sure there is shade in some of it, whereas there is little shade in Sunrise Point trail, but the steep trails, and switch back trails, were strenuous to me. I ADVISE NOT TO HIKE IN THE AFTERNOON HOURS.

Thank Julie L
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Starting at the Navajo Trail and combining it with the Queen’s Garden is the best way to see Bryce. The views from above are fantastic but the views from below will blow you away!

Thank Morgan E
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The Switchback on the two bridges side of the Navajo Trail is worth a hike. The bridges are at the base of the hoodoos and are worth comparing against Queen Victoria and Thor's Hammer.

Thank Deborah B
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Truly wish the Wall Street trek were open - now closed due to a rock slide. Lots of switchbacks coming from the Sunset Point, but once you get down in the hoodoos - there's lots of shade to offer. Suggest an AM trek due to...More

Thank LSUTraveller
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The best way to see Thor's Hammer and the Two Bridges is via the Navajo Loop, which may be closed well into May from winter storms that wreak havoc on the trail. Go slow on the way down as the ground is steep and slippery...More

Thank Zach S
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

We hiked down into the canyon on the Two Bridges portion of the trail. Unfortunately the Wall Street portion, which is supposed to be amazing was closed on our visit. But it did allow us to access the Peekaboo Trail which was amazing.

Thank Rob S
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Reviewed May 11, 2018 via mobile

we enjoyed this trail a lot. It is not very long or heavy. the paths are wide and well marked, there is plenty of shadow. you get a great view of the rocks both from abov and below, and of course the stunning views. bring...More

Thank Beatriz d
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Reviewed May 7, 2018

Very well worth the hike. Awesome views all around. Not too strenuous but will get your heart pumping.

Thank sgiles68
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Waran D
September 2, 2017|
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Response from escape2az | Reviewed this property |
Yes. There is a big lot there that has spaces large enough for tour buses. You can go all the way to Rainbow Point with that size RV. Enjoy.
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Patty H
December 31, 2016|
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Response from kurin | Reviewed this property |
We just hiked it after several inches of snow had fallen the day before. You may need to purchase chains for your boots to be able to hike. It was cold, but beautiful.
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Azita S
May 22, 2016|
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Response from Pete K |
Fall when temperatures drop to around 80 unless you want to paint winter landscapes.
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