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!
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: 0.2 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!
Length: 6.4 miles (loop)
Elevation Gain: 889 ft
Moonshine Wash is a beautiful wash with a short, non-technical slot canyon that requires some route navigation and bouldering skills.
Length: 1.4 miles
Elevation Gain: 183 ft
On this trail visit Broken and Sand Dune Arch. Two cool arches located in Arches National Park that are slightly off the beaten path.
Length: 0.1 – 1 mile
Elevation Gain: 10 – 141ft
Delicate Arch is synonymous with Utah. While you won’t be able to reach out and touch Delicate Arch from here, you still get great views at a distance.