Queens Garden Loop Trail
The Queens Garden Loop Trail in Bryce Canyon National Park is a short, though steep hike that takes visitors from the lofty perch of Sunrise Point and drops them more than 800 feet, into the amphitheaters and canyons below.
Sunrise Point(37.628291, -112.163039)
Sunrise Point marks the beginning of the Queens Garden Loop Trail, directly east of the Bryce Canyon Lodge, with a parking lot and access to the water and goodies that hikers will need in order to comfortably enjoy the scenic trails of the park.
Queens Garden(37.626717, -112.162462)
The Queens Garden is located off to the south side of Sunrise Point, including formations such as the Queens Castle, a lofty collection of hoodoos and spires that rises out of the rest of the garden like a fortress.
Horse Trail(37.625201, -112.15803)
This horse trail extends down toward the Peekaboo Loop, creating even more options for those with an entire day’s worth of hiking and sightseeing to do.
Navajo Loop Trail Junction(37.618568, -112.160726)
The Navajo Loop is the most popular trail in the park, and shares the return leg of the loop with Queens Garden.