Bryce Canyon National Park

Yellow Creek Campsite

This site is shaded by Pondersoa Pines, but has an open area just to the west where Yellow Creek provides a reliable water source. There are good views of the pink cliffs of the Claron Formation and the Yellow Cliffs of the Straight Cliffs Formation. This campsite is 5.5 ...

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Sheep Creek Campsite

This site is shaded by Ponderosa Pines, Junipers and Gambel Oak. Sheep Creek can be heard flowing just to the south. The tops of the pink cliffs are visible above the trees. This site is 2.9 miles (4.7 km) from the Sheep Creek / Swamp Canyon parking lot and ...

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Riggs Spring Loop Trail

The Riggs Spring Loop Trail begins at Yovimpa Point and travels through spruce, fir and bristlecone forests. Red cliff breaks and Quaking Aspen groves are scattered along the trail on the eastern side, allowing for beautiful vistas looking east and south. The western section of the trail is ...

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Right Fork Yellow Creek Camp Site

This site is a sheltered, peaceful spot next to a gurgling stream. There is a large Ponderosa Pine on the site, many Juniper trees, along with Gambel Oak and Greenleaf Manzanita. It is 3.0 miles (4.8 km) from the Bryce Point parking lot and 1300 feet (396 m) lower. The ...

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Yellow Creek Group Site

This is a remote, peaceful site with a reliable stream next to it. It has Mountain Maples, Utah Junipers and Ponderosa Pines. It is our lowest campsite in altitude at 6865 feet (2092 m). It is 4.2 miles (6.8 km) from the Bryce Point parking lot and 1.2 miles ...

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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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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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Tower Bridge

The trail to Tower Bridge begins at Sunrise Point and heads northeast along the Fairyland Loop Trail, it is not a loop trail. This trail is considered a "moderate hike" due to the drop in elevation from the rim down to Tower Bridge of 950 ft/290 m, and takes ...

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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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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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