Bryce Canyon National Park is in the southwestern part of Utah. The park is a compilation of natural amphitheaters. You can expect your view to be filled with colors like red, orange, and white. It has been discovered that people have inhabited the area for at least 10,000 years! The park was established and protected in February of 1928.

Places to Visit

Mossy Cave Trail

Mossy Cave Trail

The Mossy Cave Trail is perfect for people of all ages and levels. This .4 mile hike is at a low elevation and ends in a descent. This trail is extremely popular so it is best to visit early in the morning or in the evening. It is important to stay on the trail because of the fragile soil.

Fairyland Loop Trail

Fairyland Loop Trail

Fairyland Loop Trail is a 7.8-mile extensive trail. If you are going to complete this hike, you should start in the morning because of the length. Along the trail, you will see breathtaking views of Bryce Canyon National Park. Because of its difficulty, this hike is generally less busy.

Queens Garden Trail

Queens Garden Trail and Navajo Loop

This loop is a kid-friendly hike that is best to visit from March through October. This trail is full of views of hoodoos. Hoodoos a.k.a fairy chimneys are tall columns that protrude from a badland. This is a perfect stop if you are short on time but still want spectacular views.

Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge

This out and back 3.4-mile kid-friendly hike is great for families. You will start the hike at Sunrise Point and be in awe of views of endless hoodoos. If you want to take pictures, the best place is by the creek bed. The trail is set up so you can see the Tower Bridge from many different perspectives.

Yovimpa Point

Rainbow and Yovimpa Points

From Rainbow Point, you will be able to see all of Bryce Canyon National Park. At Yovimpa Point, you have a great view of a rock formation called the Grand Staircase. Below the viewpoint are the Grey Cliffs and in the distance, you will see the White Cliffs!


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