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The highlight of our trip

I would consider this a must-do for anyone who is able. It was one of the most beautiful... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Nellie727
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Pennsylvania
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Stunning vistas on our morning hike!

We arrived at the park just after dawn and made our way to this trail. It had snowed 2-3" the... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Elaine M
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Muncie, Indiana
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Reviewed 23 November 2017

We hiked down the Navajo Trail and returned up the Queens Garden Trail. This made a great loop and certainly an easier way than hiking up the Navajo Trail. Took us about 2 hours with lots of photo stops.

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Reviewed 21 November 2017

It was magical - probably took us twice as long as it should have as we kept stopping and staring at all of the hoodoos and stunning colors. It's like being on a different planet - the pinks, reds, whites, coral colors, the driftwood, the hoodoos. Not a difficult hike but may take some time on the steep areas - you have to go down into and up out of the canyon afterall. Just take your time and you can do it!!! A must do!!!!

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Reviewed 16 November 2017

While there are many hikes in Bryce Canyon, this is by far my favorite. The hike down into the hoodoos is amazing and the hike back out is very doable. Be sure to take your camera and remember to stop often and look all around = even up and down = so much to see = nature at its most majestic.

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Reviewed 14 November 2017

Bryce Canyon National Park has many fabulous lookouts and trails but this short trail loop is of medium effort and brings you right among the hoodoo rock formations. Hiking down is of course easier than coming back up and be sure to wear good shoes, already broken in, and bring a bottle of water. Enjoy the beautiful peach sandstone with red highlights here and there. The walk was a little too much for one in our group and he had to keep stopping to rest so if this might be you, only walk a short way down and then come back out the way you started.

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Reviewed 12 November 2017

If you're visiting Bryce Canyon and only have time for one hike, this should be the one! Hiking down into the hoodoos is absolutely amazing. We combined the Navajo Loop with the Peekaboo Loop for a 5.5 mile round trip hike. It was hard with a LOT of up and down, but definitely worth it!

Thank Melissa K
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