We have been there and want to return to hike a trail. We did not have time to do this as we were with a group. I want to know if this is too much for some one who so a very new hiker. Do you need to take water food etc. or is it a shorter trail and not necessary to do that/
Hi! Question for the Bryce Canyon Experts! I am trying to decide between the Navajo/Queens Garden loop or the Fairyland loop. My bf and I are big hikers, time is not an issue and we are both in shape to do a strenuous hike. Does one loop have better views than the other? I am a fan of the Fairyland being the loop less traveled, but would I be missing out of something by not doing the Navajo/Queens? Or is the best option to do the mid length Peek-a-boo loop? I am more focused on views than anything. Please give me insight!
Are any of these hikes starting at the top, going down, and then somehow walking out of the park without having to go back up again? Sounds crazy, but I'm not in hiking uphill shape by any stretch of the imagination. And what kind of shoes to wear for men and women? Thanks!
We are visiting in mid-October. I've read many reviews that say we should start the hike at Sunset Point, go down Navajo Loop and come back up Queen's Garden. Three questions: Will we be able to see Thor's Hammer doing it this way? Do we pass Wall Street doing it this way? And if we park at Sunset Point and come back up Queen's Garden, will we be far from where our car is parked?
My 89 yr old husband and I will be visiting Bryce in September. He has difficulty with walking very far. Are there hikes that we could use a walker or wheelchair to see some of the sites? We will use the Shuttle and get out at all the lookouts, but really wanted to see all that he can....Any advice?
What are the average temperatures in mid September?
Planning a mid-September visit to Bryce - how many days would you recommend that we stay before heading off to Zion?
Hi! I'm planning on doing the Navajo/Queens Garden loop as suggested below. They say to drive to sunset point and start the hike there. I was wondering if we can park our RV there, and if not, if there are busses. Let me know. Thanks!
Navago/Queens Garden Hike
1. Start at Sunrise Point and descend into the canyon.
2. This will turn into the Navajo trail.
3. Then continue onto Queen's Garden trail and then gradually ascend to Sunrise Point.
4. Then follow the Rim trail (level ground with overlooks) back to Sunset Point (and your car).