Bryce Canyon National Park

United States of America

Several hikes in this park to from Medium to Hard. All provide stunning scenery. The most popular is the Navajo Trail , does go zig zag down and is a loop so goes back up again and some level of fitness is required but worth the hike.

No Dogs Permitted
Camping Permitted
Maximum Elevation
Total Climb

Getting there

Head to entrance of Bryce Canyon


Visit the National Park Service website ( Utah ) 

Route/Trail notes

Several hikes but most are loose sandy gravel surface


We had a National Park Pass allowing us to access most on our road / hike trip

Other References

The National Park Service website and perhaps Tripsadviser as this is a major tourist destination 

GPS Tracks

  • No GPS available for this walk yet.


Completed the peekabootrail- not listed

Mon86 on 10 Jun, 2019

Great hike , long winding trail down in zig zag pattern , just loose gravel sneakers will do the job , nice walk in between those rocks / pillars with a dried out river bed down below and a hike back up again. Take water in summer , gets a lil hot in Utah ;-)

J on 2 Sep, 2011


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