Bryce Canyon National Park Hiking Trails

Hoodoos and Fairylands Await

Bryce Canyon's landscape is unique - there's nothing quite like it anywhere else on earth. Views from the canyon rim are spectacular, but the views are even better when you hike down in among the hoodoos and other interesting formations. Below we list some of the more popular trails.


Our favorite hikes in Bryce Canyon National Park

Rim Trail

The Rim Trail at Bryce Canyon is a decent-sized, but fairly easy hike - with less than 200 feet of elevation gain - that spans the rim of the amphitheater...(more)

Mossy Cave Trail

The Mossy Cave Trail in the northern end of Bryce Canyon National Park offers hikers the chance to experience up close the hoodoos and spires of the park...(more)

Navajo Loop Trail

The most popular trail in Bryce Canyon National Park, the Navajo Loop Trail takes visitors down the rim from Sunset Point...(more)



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Fairyland Loop Trail

The Fairyland Loop Trail in Bryce Canyon National Park takes hikers from Fairyland Point on the rim, down into the amphitheaters and labyrinths...(more)

Peekaboo Loop Trail

The Peekaboo Loop Trail is an equestrian trail in Bryce Canyon National Park that is also extremely popular among hikers...(more)



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