Bryce Canyon National Park

Sunset Point - Bryce Canyon National Park

Sunset Point – Bryce Canyon National Park

GPS Coordinates: Parking Lot: 37.62369, -112.16785 Sunset Point: 37.62262, -112.16589 Trail Map Driving Directions The Trail: If you are a looking for an easy walk to an amazing overlook then this is for you. Even though there are other incredible overlooks, Sunset Point offers some of the best views of Bryce Canyon National Park.  I noticed that it was also one of the more popular stops with fresh faces arriving every few minutes. The trail from the parking lot to Sunset Point is less than 500 feet.  It is completely accessible to people who may have difficulty walking or who are using wheelchairs. I just love all the crazy looking rock formations in all the many colors. If you are looking for a longer and more intimate view of all the colorful formations below then take the Navajo Loop Trail which leaves from Sunset Point. The Return: Head back to your vehicle. Personal ...
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Navajo Loop/ Queens Garden - Bryce Canyon National Park

Navajo Loop/ Queens Garden – Bryce Canyon National Park

Trail Map Driving Directions The Trail: This is a great trail to do if you have a few hours at Bryce Canyon. This quickly became one of my favorite areas to hike. It was very amazing and you'd be dumb to visit the park and not hike this if you are able. It really beats the socks off the viewpoints you can drive to. This is technically two different trails that can easily be done as a loop. You can go either direction but I started at Navajo and ended at Queens Garden. The Navajo Loop starts at sunset point which is about a five minute drive from the Visitor Center and is very well signed. Take some time to look at the gorgeous views. The trail starts right at the viewing decks. You can see the trail snaking down towards the hoodoos. Once down the first couple switchbacks you ...
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Bryce Canyon National Park - Scenic Drive

Bryce Canyon National Park – Scenic Drive

Trail Map Driving Directions The Trail: This National Park is really amazing and a must see. I enjoyed my time here immensely. We went in March so there was lots of snow from a recent storm and almost no people. It was gorgeous and peaceful and I really can't wait to get back. I made the mistake of only spending one day here. I would advise at least two as the park is full of amazing hiking opportunities. This trek is for the driving and watching from above side of Bryce. There are 13 viewpoints with easy very short walks to amazing views. In pictures here they may start to look the same but trust me each one adds cool things and added a lot more hikes to my bucket list. I apologize a lot of my pictures here are not the best since I did the drive in the ...
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