Bryce Canyon National Park in the US state of Utah features a landscape said by some hikers to be enticing. The gorgeous glowing gold and orange hoodoos and dramatic landscape make it a must-see location. To help determine how to explore this popular place, here are the top 11 top-rated hikes in Bryce Canyon National Park.
The 11 Top-Rated Hikes In Bryce Canyon National Park
1. The Queen’s Garden And Navajo Loop Combination Trail
This loop trail is rated as moderately difficult due perhaps to its 600-foot elevation and length of almost three miles. Start the hike at either Sunset or Sunrise Point and hike in a clockwise direction. Head downward on the Queen’s Garden trail.
When you reach the bottom, take a brief detour to see the hoodoo that looks like Queen Victoria in the Queen’s Garden. The trail connects with the popular Navajo Loop as you head up the canyon. The final section includes a pair of trails.
They are Wall Street and Two Bridges. The former is the most popular. Both lead to Sunset Point via switchbacks. If you parked at Sunrise Point, take the Rim Trail to your vehicle.
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