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Bristlecone Loop

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Bristlecone Loop

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DawgExplorer wrote a review Aug 4
Dalton, Georgia2,436 contributions233 helpful votes
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This trail was a major disappointment. Most of the vegetation had been burned and the bristlecone trees were minimal and the one we saw was dead with no foliage whatsoever. It was an easy hike even with young kids.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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AnaBaile wrote a review Feb 2020
Exile in Utah196 contributions73 helpful votes
This was our favorite winter trail. The solitude was incredible and, oh so rare. Witnessing the ancient bristlecone pines is an emotional experience.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Travelbugsforlife wrote a review Nov 2019
WORCESTER1,030 contributions289 helpful votes
Started the loop trail but we opted to only go part way and come back. We had a lot of other hikes we wanted to cover so once we got a flavor of the hike we headed back. Nice short hike for those with limitations.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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TheGambianRPCV wrote a review Sep 2019
Reynoldsburg, Ohio632 contributions130 helpful votes
At the end of the scenic drive, you can take this short 1 mile hike in the woods. The easy walk takes you through managed forest. Several great views. Worth your time!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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lockandgo wrote a review Sep 2019
Armstrong, Canada390 contributions112 helpful votes
This short loop trail is just off the parking lot at Rainbow Point. It winds thru the trees for about a mile. Gives you a different look from most other trails in Bryce Canyon. You walk in shade most of the way.The views are spectacular over the valley. This is a good hike to
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Date of experience: September 2019
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