Bryce Canyon National Park

Peekaboo Loop Trail

Peekaboo Loop extends three and a half miles through the hoodoos of the southern head of Bryce Canyon. The trailhead from which you begin the hike determines the length of your trek. Beginning from Sunrise Point hikers use the Queen's Garden Trail making it approximately seven miles round trip. ...

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Under-the-Rim Trail

This trail leads 23 miles north-south from Bryce Point to Rainbow Point. It follows the Pink Cliffs, which form the eastern edge of the Paunsaugunt Plateau. The trail climbs and descends frequently as it skirts the cliff bottoms, resulting in a total elevation gain of 1,500 feet in 23 ...

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Scenic Drive Road

Scenic Drive is the main roadway through Bryce Canyon National Park. It begins at the northern park boundary as State Highway 63 and extends 18 miles southward to Rainbow Point. The road is paved and accessible to passenger vehicles. Trailers are not permitted beyond the trailer turn around south ...

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Yovimpa Pass Campsite

This site is on the Riggs Spring Loop 1.6 miles (2.6 km) from Rainbow Point. There is reliable water in the stream below the pumphouse that is just below the campsite. There are Aspens, Ponderosa Pines and Blue Spruce at the site as well as good views of ...

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Riggs Spring Group Site

This site is on the Riggs Spring Loop 3.6 miles (6 km) from Rainbow Point and .3 miles (.5 km) from the Riggs Spring Campsite. Most of the time, the stream bed next to the Group Site is dry. Reliable water is available at Riggs Spring which is next ...

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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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Iron Spring Campsite

This site is 3.9 miles north of Rainbow Point and 3.9 miles (6.3 km) south of Natural Bridge Campsite. Iron Spring .12 miles (.19 km) north of the campsite has reliable but bad-looking water. There is sandy soil, Ponderosas, White Fir, Douglas-fir, Manzanita and groves of young Quaking ...

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Natural Bridge Camp Site

This site is 3.0 miles (4.8 km) south of the Swamp Canyon Campsite and 3.9 miles (6.3 km) north of Iron Spring Campsite. The closest reliable water is at Iron Spring. The Natural Bridge arch is not visible from the campsite. You can catch a long distance glimpse of ...

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Swamp Canyon Camp Site

This site is 1.0 mile (1.6 km) from the Whiteman Bench parking lot, down the Whiteman Connecting Trail. It is just to the north of the junction of the Whiteman Connector and the Under-the-Rim Trail. There are three large Juniper trees, some small White Firs and some Ponderosa Pines ...

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Right Fork Swamp Canyon Campsite

This site is easy to get to. It is 1.1 miles (1.8 km) from the Sheep Creek Swamp Canyon parking lot, down the Swamp Canyon Connecting Trail. It is just to the north of the junction of the Swamp Canyon Connector and the Under the Rim Trail. There are ...

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