The Navajo Loop Trail is one of the most popular trails into the Bryce Amphitheater and it’s easy to see why.
Check out one, two, or all the Bryce Canyon Viewpoints. Whether you’re visiting for a short time or just want an easy hike, this is it!
Length: 1.3 mi
Elevation Gain: 141 ft
Discover Mossy Cave and the Tropic Ditch Waterfall while visiting Bryce Canyon on this fun and easy hike for the whole family.
Difficulty: Easy to Moderate
Length: 1.8-3.2 mi
Elevation Gain: 357-643 ft
Take Queens Garden for the shortest route into the Bryce Canyon Amphitheater to experience the hoodoos up close and personal.
Length: 1.1 mi
Elevation Gain: 82 ft
Sunset to Sunrise Viewpoint is one of the easier parts of the Rim Trail winding around the Bryce Amphitheater.
Length: 0.4-1.3 mi
Elevation Gain: 121 ft
Bristlecone Loop offers a different side of Bryce Canyon with break taking views of the surrounding landscapes and slightly more solitude.
Length: 0.2 mi
Elevation Gain: 23 ft
Grosvenor Arch is an incredible, towering arch inside Escalante National Monument. A short and sweet walk brings you to this towering marvel.
Length: 0.3 mi
Elevation Gain: 20ft
Point Supreme Overlook provides a great starting point to exploring Cedar Breaks National Monument.
Experience the kaleidoscope of colors offered by the geological features of Cedar Breaks National Park.
Difficulty: Easy to Hard
Length: 1.9 – 5.3 mi
Elevation Gain: 353 – 1207 ft
Panoramic views of Cedar Breaks await a hike to Spectra Point and Ramparts Viewpoint. Arguably some of the best views of the hoodoos in the park can be found after a hike at over 10,000ft!