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All reviews wall street take your time sunset point queen's garden great hike thor's hammer relatively easy hike steep descent switch backs slot canyon closed due bring water counter clockwise hiking shoes every corner blue sky worth the effort
You MUST do this hike. The pictures give you an idea of how amazing it is, but it is really something you need to experience to fully appreciate the beauty.
The trail is not too hard for anyone that is in shape. You will need...More
This was our favorite trial of the park, hiking down Navajo loop ultimately ending at Sunrise Point. The switchbacks down in the canyon were gorgeous and hard to believe how far down the canyon went. 9ts an entirely new perspective to see the canyon from...More
This trail is simply gorgeous because, rather than just standing up on top of the Bryce Canyon amphitheater, you descend into its depths with the massive and incredibly colorful hoodoos proving their point as to how insignificant we were! As you wind your way down,...More
I did this trail with my 11 year old son and my wife. The views are stunning and very unique. There is a big drop and rise in elevation as you go down between the hoodoos and then come back up. Yet, it is well...More
It is generally accepted as one of those trails you have to go on whilst at Bryce. it's well worth the effort of descending into the amphitheater and the combination of the towering Hoodoos above you, the confines of the trail widening out to further...More
It took me an hour and 20 minutes to complete the loop, including all the stopping and pictures taking, it's well worth the effort. I started going down the Wall Street (on the right) side of the switchbacks and came back up the switchbacks on...More
Great hike takes about 1.5 hours with a 6 year old. Some of the most interesting land formations on the earth. In the Fall water isn't necessary. Probably pretty rough in the summer though. Trail is in excellent condition, but here are some steep sections.
Driving through Utah: comments on itinerary (21 Replies)
Hi all, I am going to be driving from Chicago to Las Vegas during 4th of July, with limited time. Utah will be a big part of the trip and I'd like to know what you think about the plan. Arches -> Antelope -> Bryce -> Zion -> Vegas would be great... but not sure if there is enough time and might have to skip Bryce. Please note that length of trip is fixed. Must leave Chicago on 7/2 and reach Vegas on 7/7 3-4pm. 7/2- Chicago to almost Denver 7/3 - Drive to Glenwood Springs...More
May 04, 2015|
Response fromConnie B|
I'm sure others will chime in with more complete suggestions for your itinerary. So I just have a couple of comments. Be sure you have reservations in advance for Moab since you will be there on the 4th of July weekend. Actually, be sure to make advance reservations in all of your planned destinations because of the long holiday weekend. It's a bad idea to drive from Bryce to Zions in the dark.
Lodging near Needles (3 Replies)
I'm looking for reasonably priced, conveniently located lodging for two people for one overnight to visit the Needles area of Canyonlands before going on to Natural Bridges. I think I've narrowed the choices down to the Navajo Trail National 9 Inn in Monticello and the Runnin' Iron Inn north of Monticello. Can anyone tell me where the Runnin' Iron is located in relation to the turn-off from US 191 onto state road 211? Can anyone give me some information about which of these inns is better...More
January 03, 2009|
I haven't stayed at either one of those. In Monticello, I have stayed at the Rodeway twice. It's a typical Rodeway Inn, not great but its more than acceptable for the usually low rates. If you're doing the Needles first and then staying the night, I'd go on to Blanding and stay at the Super 8 there. Very plain but nice and cheap. Blanding is a few miles before the turnoff on to UT-95 towards Natural Bridges. The whole drive on 95 through to Capitol Reef is very scenic and worth the time.
Navajo trail reopen?? (3 Replies)
I read this trail was closed in a spot. Will be there in June, Will it be open then?? thanks
December 22, 2009|
The trail was closed for a good long while, but it had been reopened when we were there last May. Enjoy this beautiful part of the world!