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#1 of 17 Outdoor Activities 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...
Would agree with the recommendation to start at sunrise point and proceed clockwise as it gives you a much more gradual descent and leaves you a ascent to sunset point that provides great views of Thor’s Hammer an...
#2 of 17 Outdoor Activities in Bryce Canyon National Park
Particularly impressive viewpoints 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, Doug...
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.
#3 of 17 Outdoor Activities in Bryce Canyon National Park
The ascent is a series of switchbacks which, if you take your time, hydrate and stop if you start to feel light-headed (you are in the 7800-8000 ft elevation range), you'll be SO glad you did this hike.
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...
#4 of 17 Outdoor Activities in Bryce Canyon National Park
This tour took us up close and personal with the Hoodoos while on horseback (or for us non-horse experienced riders) on mules.Our cowboy guide Joe was very patient with us "riding" our mules and was also great wit...
This was a highlight of our trip and even though at times it was nerve wracking for me with a fear of heights, it was completely worth it and the guides helped make everyone feel comfortable.
#5 of 17 Outdoor Activities in Bryce Canyon National Park
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.
As we have done the more tourist hikes in Bryce (from sunset and sunrise point) we took this time the Peek-A-Boo Loop and I must say that this is by far the best hike in Bryce Canyon - I would really recommend to...
#6 of 17 Outdoor Activities 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.
... only accomodation inside the park) If you have a bit more time and you are reasonably fit, you can also hike the Navajo Trail into the Amphitheatre which runs from Sunset Point to Sunrise Point or vice versa.
#7 of 17 Outdoor Activities in Bryce Canyon National Park
The trail - including part of the Cassidy trail winds through The red rock and Ponderosa pines -with stunning views at the top where Chad intuitively offered to take pictures for us and provided lots of interestin...
If you listen to Mike he will make you a better rider and you will really enjoy the spectacular scenery at Thunder Mountain, stay safe, and appreciate your incredible horse.
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#8 of 17 Outdoor Activities 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.
We visited Bryce canyon national park in mid September and followed the parks instruction to drive all the way to the end of the 18 miles and stop each viewpoint backwards therefore sunrise and sunset points are a...
#9 of 17 Outdoor Activities in Bryce Canyon National Park
... horseback excursions, paved Rim Trail* to overlooks at Sunrise Point* (Queens Garden Trail) and Sunset Point* MM2.2 Sunset Point* Parking: overlook, picnic area, restroom, Thor's Hammer* formation, Rim Trail*,...
We most enjoyed Rainbow Point which had a lot of fresh snow when we visited, Aqua Canyon Viewpoint for similar reasons and National Bridge where you can see this interesting geological land formation up close near...
#10 of 17 Outdoor Activities in Bryce Canyon National Park
If you aren't in good shape, but like to hike and are happy to spend the day on a trail, this hike is definitely doable--just remember to take plenty of water (snacks or a meal) & sunscreen.
I did the Tower Bridge hike, along the Fairyland Loop from the Sunrise Point trailhead, 1.5 miles descending from 8000 ft. at the start to 7200 ft. at Tower Bridge.
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#11 of 17 Outdoor Activities 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.
I was in awe on how magnificent GOD's landscape and how it can transport me to a serene, peaceful place with that dreamlike altitude!!.
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#12 of 17 Outdoor Activities in Bryce Canyon National Park
Mossy Cave Trail is a break from some of the longer paths in Bryce Canyon, for it is very short and the payoff is brilliant—this was one of my favorite places of my whole time at Bryce.
This hike right at the entrance to the Park is a short easy trail that leads to a very small waterfall and the Mossy Cave.
#13 of 17 Outdoor Activities 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.
#14 of 17 Outdoor Activities in Bryce Canyon National Park
A great backpacking trail
#15 of 17 Outdoor Activities in Bryce Canyon National Park
Unlike the Navajo or Queens garden trail, this hike does not require you to start down the side of a cliff.
Swamp Canyon Overlook provied a good view of the trail; however, due to limited ability to hike long distances, we did not take the trail.
#16 of 17 Outdoor Activities in Bryce Canyon National Park
#17 of 17 Outdoor Activities in Bryce Canyon National Park