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#1 of 20 Nature & Parks in Bryce Canyon National Park
Thoroughly amazing trip to Bryce Canyon with views to savour... as for the organisation it was amazing too... our tour guide Juan was knowledgeable, thoughtful to the guests and ensured we had an amazing day!
... Sunset Point* Parking: overlook, picnic area, restroom, Thor's Hammer* formation, Rim Trail*, Navajo Loop Trail* MM2.4 Sunset Campground [Note Inspiration Point, Bryce Point and Paria View are on a 2-mile spur...
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#2 of 20 Nature & Parks in Bryce Canyon National Park
The views are spectacular - lots of hoodoos and Thor's hammer and views of the amphitheater are incredible.You can take the Navajo loop or add Queens garden for more of a hike - easier coming up Queens Garden - Na...
Easily one of the best hikes we enjoyed during our two week visit to southern Utah was the combined Navajo & Queen's Garden trail into the Amphitheatre at Bryce Canyon National Park.
#3 of 20 Nature & Parks in Bryce Canyon National Park
... are found at Sunrise, Sunset, Inspiration and Bryce Points, where you can peer deep into the area, taking in outstanding views of hoodoos, other interesting land formations, Douglas Firs and hiking trails.
Trailheads leading down from the Rim Trail take you down into the Bryce Amphitheatre via the Navajo Trail, the Queen's Garden Trail, Peek-a-Boo Loop Trail and the Fairyland Loop Trail.
#4 of 20 Nature & Parks in Bryce Canyon National Park
One of my favourite viewpoints in the park, it is simply amazing!! Wish I could have hiked the trails, but was with my husband who is in a wheelchair, Still, thankful that the trails up top and views are accessible.
Do as much as you can on the trails but each viewpoint is amazing ....you can’t take a bad photo...enjoy..I was with Travel Dream West doing a tour of State and National Parks .....amazing
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#5 of 20 Nature & Parks in Bryce Canyon National Park
Did a 5mile loop today that started at Navajo Trail, went into the Peekaboo Trail loop and finished coming up Wall St. Amazing views and sights all around, and allows you to see all the beautiful parts of Bryce Ca...
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 amazing sights across Bryce and the sheer col...
#6 of 20 Nature & Parks in Bryce Canyon National Park
Peek a boo has some climbs so is a moderate to strenuous hike dependant on your fitness but lovely views and lots of different perspectives on the canyon
If you have time and energy, it is one of the canyon's best hikes, especially if you can combine it with either the rim trail or the Queen's Garden loop.
#7 of 20 Nature & Parks in Bryce Canyon National Park
The Rim Trail is situated around the rim of the Amphitheatre in Bryce Canyon National Park, it is a short walking distance to the Lodge and a popular area for visitors to enjoy outstanding views within the Park.
There are also trail heads along the Rim Trail for other trails that go down into the canyon between the hoodoos: Fairyland Loop (difficult, 8 miles) and Queens Garden (easy-moderate, 3 miles) from Sunrise Point,...
#8 of 20 Nature & Parks in Bryce Canyon National Park
Start your hike at Sunrise Point and go down the Queen’s Garden trail until it connects with the Navajo Loop trail towards Wall Street and climb up the steep switchbacks to Sunset Point- Spectacular!
This brilliant trail runs along the Navajo Loop Trail and allows you to hike down multiple stairs through winding lanes surrounded by canyon / hoodoo walls.
#9 of 20 Nature & Parks in Bryce Canyon National Park
... the next couple of days ...we had a mixture of sunshine and snow in early May .....loved every minute ....was travelling with a Travel Dream West to 16 State and National Parks .....amazing....highly recommend.
It is very easy to lose your traction and slip - which is exactly what happened to me! Very beautiful hike and it is definitely worth it to see down inside the amphitheater and see hoodoos up close.
#10 of 20 Nature & Parks in Bryce Canyon National Park
It begins at Fairyland Point and wanders through hoodoos of varying shapes and sizes and colours.It is quite different from Bryce Amphitheatre and its Queen's Gardens Trail, Navajo Loop Trail and Peek-a-Boo loop t...
Our favorite hike in Bryce, as you see so many colors, formations and even deer if you start early or hike this later in the evening.
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#11 of 20 Nature & Parks in Bryce Canyon National Park
Rainbow Point (elevation 9115') is an amazing viewpoint at the southern terminus of the scenic drive in Bryce Canyon National Park that overlooks colorful cliffs and fascinating hoodoos below.
It's an almost indescribable beauty, especially if you happen to be there just after sunrise or just before sunset, the hues of low sun paint the rocks in gorgeous palette of pastel colors.
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#12 of 20 Nature & Parks in Bryce Canyon National Park
We saw it on our way out of Bryce Amphitheatre having hiked the Queen's Garden Trail, Peek-a-Boo Loop Trail and the Navajo Trail so at that point we had seen thousands of stunning hoodoos.
I recommend that you keep going and combine the Navajo Trail and the Queen’s Garden Trail.
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#13 of 20 Nature & Parks in Bryce Canyon National Park
One of my favorite places; she really does look like Queen Victoria!! Worth the hike down; be sure to go down Navajo which is the easiest.
Recommended to combine with the Navajo loop trail.
#14 of 20 Nature & Parks in Bryce Canyon National Park
So worth your while stopping and doing this short hike to both Mossy Cave and Waterfall, just off highway...not much parking but hopefully you'll find a spot when you drive by!
Although it might be a little more spectacular in May because of water runoff, it still was stunning and we enjoyed this easy hike on a beautiful morning.
#15 of 20 Nature & Parks in Bryce Canyon National Park
At the end of the trail were the Bristlecone Pines--you have to do a little research to truly appreciate the history and magnitude of seeing and photographing these amazing trees.
It is a very easy trail to walk and there are sections thru the forest but the trail also gets pretty close to the rim in some places so be aware if you are afraid of heights.
#16 of 20 Nature & Parks in Bryce Canyon National Park
We took a month and went to all 5 National Parks in Utah.
#17 of 20 Nature & Parks in Bryce Canyon National Park
The trail descends from Bryce Point in the northern section of the park, moving first east and then south away from the amphitheater at an average distance of about one kilometer from the edge of the plateau, endi...
The entire Under-the-Rim trail is 23 miles long, with occasional short connectors to the scenic road.
#18 of 20 Nature & Parks in Bryce Canyon National Park
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Anyways, still got pretty great views just from the parking lot here.
#19 of 20 Nature & Parks in Bryce Canyon National Park
#20 of 20 Nature & Parks in Bryce Canyon National Park