Navajo Loop Trail, Bryce Canyon National Park

#2 of 12 in Trails in Bryce Canyon National Park
Hiking Trail · Nature / Park
Winding through a remarkable landscape of unique land formations, Navajo Loop Trail offers stunning views of Bryce Canyon and plenty of photo opportunities. Arguably the most popular hike within the national park, this short but steep trail takes visitors right past the towering hoodoos that are the area's trademark. If you wish to avoid the difficult uphill return, make your way back up by taking the longer but less steep Queen's Garden Trail. Plan trip to Bryce Canyon National Park with our itinerary maker to find out where to go and what to do.
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  • This is a short hike, but more difficult than you would think. We went counter clockwise to Wall Street. You can go either way though. You go down quite a ways (this is the easy part). Then you need.....  more »
  • Great trail with a hard climb up. If you are looking to jump on this trail I recommend going down Navajo and up Queens. Unfortunately we got to Bryce a day after a large T storm and Wall Street was....  more »

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