Bryce Canyon National Park

Bryce Canyon National Park

Trails in Bryce Canyon

Bristlecone Loop

The Bristlecone Loop, accessible from Rainbow Point at the southern end of the park, meanders through the forest atop this highest portion of the park, reaching elevations over 9,100 feet (2778 m). Here you will pass by Bristlecone Pines up to 1,800-years-old and experience vistas reaching into the Four ...

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Cassidy Trail

Location: Garfield County Setting: Mountainous Difficulty: Easy Intermediate Difficult Length: 8.7 miles Elevation: 7320 - 7980 feet Trailhead Elevation: 7320 feet Time to Allow: 5-6 hours Believed to have been used by the famous outlaw Butch Cassidy in his many escapes from the lawmen of the day. Relive some Old West adventures of your own on this ...

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Cassidy, Rich, & Ledge Point Trails

Location: Garfield County Difficulty: Intermediate Length: 3-9 miles Time to Allow: 4-6 hours These three trails intertwine with each other to form several loops ranging from 3 miles to 8 or more miles. The shortest loop follows the Rich Trail from the Red Canyon Trailhead for 1 mile to its junction with ...

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Casto Canyon Trail

Location: Garfield County Difficulty: Intermediate Length: 7.4 miles Elevation: 7000 - 7840 feet Trailhead Elevation: 7000 feet Camping Info: Camping available Beginning at the Casto Canyon trailhead, the trail takes you into a wonderful world of red hoodoos, sandstone cliffs of white, pink and even green colors. The spectacular red rock is evident along ...

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Corral Hollow

This site is on the Riggs Spring Loop 3.6 miles (6 km) from Rainbow Point and 1.6 miles (2.6 km) from the Riggs Spring Campsite. The site has a wide variety of plants including Utah Juniper, Douglas-fir, Greenleaf Manzanita, Mountain Mahogany, Mountain Maple and Yucca. The pink cliffs are ...

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Coyote Hollow Trail

Location: Red Canyon Difficulty: Intermediate Difficult Length: 8 miles Time to Allow: 4-6 hours The Coyote Hollow Trailhead is the eastern access point to the Thunder Mountain Trail. See Thunder Mountain Trail for more details. Directions At the top of Red Canyon on Highway 12, go south onto Forest Road 30117 (the Red ...

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Fairyland Loop Trail

Fairyland Loop Trail begins at Fairyland Point, at the northern portion of the park, and takes you through spectacular hoodoos and scenery along the rim and into the canyon; including a spur trail to Tower Bridge. The Fairyland Loop Trail also includes a portion of the Rim Trail from ...

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Fremont Trail

Difficulty: Intermediate Difficult Length: 50 miles+ Elevation: 7880 - 9030 feet Trailhead Elevation: 7880 feet Camping Info: Camping and water at King Creek Campground ? ATVs are allowed to ride in & out only. Riders (and adventurous hikers) can travel over 50 miles on the Fremont ATV Trail between Tropic Reservoir on the Paunsaugunt ...

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Golden Wall, Castle Bridge, & Buckhorn Trails

Location: Garfield County Difficulty: Intermediate Length: 4 miles Time to Allow: 2-4 hours Although these trails were once separate, the Golden Wall Trail was extended so they now connect to make a nice loop that showcases the colors of the Claron Formation. The Golden Wall Trail, as its name suggests, winds through ...

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Hat Shop

The Hat Shop trail is a down and back trail that begins at Bryce Point. Walk down to the Under-The-Rim Trail to see a cluster of delicately balanced-rock hoodoos. Park Telephone Number - 435-834-5322 ...

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Losee Canyon Trail

Location: Red Canyon Difficulty: Intermediate Length: 2.9 miles Time to Allow: 3-6 hours Located at the bottom of Losee Canyon, the trail follows the canyon floor, winding through the red hoodoos and the many colored sandstone cliffs up to the higher elevations of the Red Canyon area. This trail connects with the ...

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Mossy Cave Trail

At first, this canyon known as Water Canyon, might look like any ordinary Bryce Canyon kind of canyon. It's not. From 1890-1892 Mormon Pioneers labored with picks and shovels to carve an irrigation ditch from the East Fork of the Sevier River, through the Paunsaugunt Plateau, into this canyon. As ...

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Navajo Loop Trail

Navajo Trail begins at Sunset Point and travels down into the main amphitheater. This is one of the more popular trails and extra caution is advised. The Wall Street side of the trail experienced a rock slide last spring that closed that portion of the trail until recently. The ...

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Paunsaugunt Trail

Difficulty: Intermediate Length: 20 - 75 miles Camping Info: Camping and water at King Creek Campground ? ATVs are allowed to ride in & out only. Views of the Pink Cliffs, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, and the Kaibab Plateau in northern Arizona greet riders (and hikers) of the Paunsaugunt ATV Trail. ...

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Peek-A-Boo Loop Trail

The Peek-A-Boo Loop Trail begins at Bryce Point and drops quickly to the canyon floor. Due to the rapid elevation change and the length this hike is considered strenuous and hikers are cautioned to be aware of this and the Horse/Mule Riders that you will encounter near the ...

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