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Bryce Amphitheatre
Hiking Trails, Geologic Formations, Nature & Wildlife Areas
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Nature & Wildlife Areas, Hiking Trails
Bryce Amphitheatre
Hiking Trails, Geologic Formations, Nature & Wildlife Areas
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Geologic Formations
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#1 of 20 Nature & Parks in Bryce Canyon National Park
Unlike the other canyons where one gets awed by the sheer size of the rocks and the deep gorge, here nature seems to have donned the role of a great sculptor and has sculpted each of the rocks into an exquisite ma...
The park is well kept, the scenery is wonderful, the moon lit hike was highly enjoyable and being able to immerse self around such natural beauty is phenomenal!
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#2 of 20 Nature & Parks in Bryce Canyon National Park
Easily one of the best hikes we enjoyed during our two week visit to southern Utah was the combined Navajo & Queen's Garden trail into the Amphitheatre at Bryce Canyon National Park.
The way the hills and mountains have been transformed into incredible sculptures and mosaics by mother nature is truly amazing.
#3 of 20 Nature & Parks in Bryce Canyon National Park
This is one of the best hikes in the park,just beautiful take a camera you will take lots of unforgettable shots.this is a very managable hike for young and old lots of fun a must do.
The Navajo Trail is a 1.3 mile loop trail which descends into the Amphitheater from Sunset Point in Bryce Canyon National Park.
#4 of 20 Nature & Parks in Bryce Canyon National Park
One of my favourite viewpoints in the park, it is simply amazing!! Wish I could have hiked the trails, but was with my husband who is in a wheelchair, Still, thankful that the trails up top and views are accessible.
You can travel, that is, hike down into the canyon and take the Navajo Trail to see some of the most spectacular views and rock formations in Bryce Canyon National Park.
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#5 of 20 Nature & Parks in Bryce Canyon National Park
... the Rim Trail back to Sunset point if you parked your car there; alternatively, you can hop on the park shuttle at Sunrise point!) or take the other leg of Navajo trail back to the top (Sunset point) - We stro...
PS - the drive from Zion National Park is an added treat - watch for mountain sheep and buffalo sightings!
#6 of 20 Nature & Parks in Bryce Canyon National Park
Wall Street was a steep and scenic hike up out of the amphitheater but well worth the climb up along the switchbacks and was one of the funner areas in the park.
Having experienced the amazing hiking among the hoodoos and few other tourists once we got on the trails, Brice is definitely our preferred National Park in Utah.
#7 of 20 Nature & Parks in Bryce Canyon National Park
This route takes you from Bryce Point to Inspiration Point to Sunrise Point to Sunset Point and then on to Fairyland Point, so it is a great way to get a feel for the park and the topography.
The Rim Trail is situated around the rim of the Amphitheatre in Bryce Canyon National Park, it is a short walking distance to the Lodge and a popular area for visitors to enjoy outstanding views within the Park.
#8 of 20 Nature & Parks in Bryce Canyon National Park
A quick hike to get a good taste of the canyon, but while the park guide marks it as an easy hike, the uphill climb was strenuous in the heat.
... rock formation resembles Queen Victoria ---- the important thing is that this is a great hiking trail that takes 1 - 2 hrs max, good for the whole family --- great way to enjoy the amazing geology of this park.
#9 of 20 Nature & Parks in Bryce Canyon National Park
I highly recommend this park One of the best scenic parks in Utah and the bi way is a must .Best to go early so you can take your time .
Conveniently located near The Lodge, this is where visitors come to see the outstanding landscape views and endless stacks of hoodoo land formations for which the national park is known for.
#10 of 20 Nature & Parks in Bryce Canyon National Park
The loop requires more than walk-in-the-city park fitness as it involves some decent elevation changes and veers towards strenuous, but it is so worth it!
It's easy to miss the turn-off for Fairyland Point, coming right outside the park entrance kiosks, but look for it, because I think Fairyland Point is just as beautiful as the Amphitheater.