Top Adventures in Bryce

  • Hike the Fairyland Loop Trail at Bryce Canyon NP

    Let's face it: Bryce Canyon National Park is stunning. Its remarkable and unique hoodoos bring people from all over the world, and lots of them. If you're looking to enjoy this incredible park with a little more solitude than the main lookouts or ...

    8 miles 2310 ft gain

  • Hike Mossy Cave in Bryce Canyon

    This short hike cannot be reached from the main area of Bryce Canyon, but with a 15 minute drive from the main entrance you can access this less crowded portion of the park. Check out a park map for the directions. This is very family-friendly, an...

    1 miles

  • Hike the Tropic Ditch Trail

    From the Mossy Cave trailhead, follow the wide easy trail along the Tropic Ditch stream for .35 miles. At that point, the trail splits. To the left is Mossy Cave and to the right is Water Canyon Falls. The trail is lined with beautiful colored cli...

    2 miles

  • Hike Wall Street in Bryce Canyon

    Hoodoos? What's that you say?Hoodoos are these amazing rock formations that Bryce Canyon is famous for. This hike is hands down the best way to see the hoodoos of Bryce Canyon. This hike allows for stunning lookout points from the rim and the expe...

    2.9 miles 580 ft gain

  • Hike to Tower Bridge, Bryce Canyon NP

    Getting there is half the fun on this hike below the canyon rim. While there are fewer hoodoos in this area of the park, the scenery is still incredible and the crowds are much lighter. Starting at Sunrise Point, the trail boasts big views imme...

    3 miles 950 ft gain

  • Winter Hike the Navajo-Queens Garden Loop

    Winter is a wonderful time to visit Bryce Canyon because there is snow on the ground but the sun shines bright. I was able to get by with my waterproof hiking boots, a beanie, a thermal shirt and a down jacket. There were even a few points during ...

    3 miles 580 ft gain

  • Hike Navajo Loop and Queens Garden Trail

    There are many many trails that explore the hoodoos of Bryce Canyon and this is just one option of a combination of trails that is about 3.5 miles. The Navajo trail begins at Sunset Point and you head straight down dozens of switchbacks to what is...

    3.5 miles

  • Hike the Peek-a-Boo Loop in Bryce Canyon

    This 5 mile hike begins at an elevation of 8000' at the Navajo Loop trailhead at Sunset Point. The view from the lookout of Sunset Point is only just a small taste of the sweeping vistas you will see on the hike. From Sunset Point follow the sign ...

    5 miles 1660 ft gain

  • Camp at Dave's Hollow Campground

    We all know the crowds well at our favorite National Parks, and Bryce Canyon is no exception. When you're looking to get a little further away from the noise, lights, and experience of a National Park campground, you often don't have to go very fa...

    4.2 miles 800 ft gain

  • Winter Camping in Bryce Canyon National Park

    The incredible views at Bryce Canyon National Park can be described with little else than a “Wow.” During a snowy winter, especially, these sights are not to be missed.There is only one campground open during the winter, Sunset Campground, and it ...

  • Bryce Canyon Scenic Drive

    Inspiration Point:All who look out from this point are bound to be inspired. The intricacies of the hoodoos and their formation through the erosion of the Claron Formation is simply beautiful. You get the most spectacular perspective of the main a...

  • Backpack Bryce Canyon's Under the Rim Trail

    This trail is just about the only way I would see Bryce Canyon. When we initially drove in it was like we were at Disneyland, with crowds of people everywhere. We soon discovered, however, that very few people enter Bryce Canyon's backcountry. We ...

    11.4 miles 1294 ft gain

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