Bryce Canyon National Park is one of the most unique destinations in all of Utah. The canyon hosts some of the most iconic and scenic hikes around; it is well suited for day outings that leave you filled with a sense of adventure and hungry for exploration. This landscape is most well known for its “hoodoo” features—tower-like formations of sandstone and limestone that dwarf you in your surroundings. The scenery of Bryce Canyon makes you feel as if you are wandering through a Dr. Seuss novel. This article will guide you to the most sought after and epic trails of Bryce Canyon National Park, and help you plan your outing to get the absolute most out of your trip. Join us at Wildland Trekking to experience these hikes with a professional guide.
|Peek-A-Boo Loop||Strenuous||5.2||1,400 ft.|
|Fairyland Loop||Strenuous||7.4||1,541 ft.|
|Queen’s Garden/ Navajo Loop||Easy||2.6||623 ft.|
|The Rim Trail||Easy – Strenuous||0.9 – 10.7 mile out and back||Varied|
|Mossy Cave Trail||Easy||1||118 ft.|