Bryce Hiking Trails
Bryce Canyon National Park is deservedly one of Utah’s most popular and famous national parks. Often visited hand in hand with Zion National Park and the Grand Canyon, Bryce is a major piece of the “Canyon Country” of the Southwestern United States.
Bryce is most famous for its amazing hoodoos – other-worldly rock formations sculpted by millenia of tectonic uplift, rain and wind. These spectacular rock pinnacles form wonderful, orange mazes that astonish visitors from literally every corner of the Earth. But Bryce offers more than just hoodoos – it offers jaw-dropping views from highcountry vantage points, incredible hiking, and fascinating natural and cultural history. In other words, it’s very much worth a visit and a hike on one of its many trails!
Hiking Trail Options
Bryce hiking trails are numerous and fantastic. We have categorized them by some of the more popular characteristics people are looking for. Click through on the category of your choice to see a list of hiking trails. And on the trail pages you’ll find everything you need to know to make the most of your hike!