Here is a list of five popular, easy to moderate hiking trails in Bryce Canyon National Park. Bryce Canyon is located in Utah, about 4 hours drive north of Las Vegas, Nevada. Bryce Canyon attracts millions of visitors each year from all over the world to see its colourful, corrosion etched spires These trails will provide access to experience a closer look. The trails are of easy to moderate level, making them family friendly.

Important: When out hiking, always remember to wear sturdy walking or hiking shoes, carry sunscreen, extra water, some snacks and warmer clothing. Sunglasses will also come in handy if it is a bright day. Binoculars will enhance your viewing experience.

Five popular, easy to moderate hiking trails in Bryce Canyon National Park

Queen’s Garden Trail: A 1-2 hour trail located at Sunrise point. It is very easy. Travel into the canyon to see Queen Victoria and other rock formations (combine Navajo Trail to form a loop). It is suggested the route be done clockwise.

Navajo Loop Trail: 1-2 hour, (combine Queen’s Garden to form a loop). A short steep section takes you to Wall Street, Thor’s Hammer and onto Two Bridges. It is suggested the route be done clockwise. Be extra cautious while travelling this trail, because more rocks fall from the cliffs above than on any other trail in the park.

Travel to Bryce Canyon to discover The largest hoodoo collection in the world. Photo Credit: Wendy Nordvik-Carr

Travel to Bryce Canyon to discover The largest hoodoo collection in the world. Photo Credit: Wendy Nordvik-Carr


Bristlecone Loop Trail: A 1 mile walk through 1,000 year-old Bristlecone Pines is located at Rainbow and Yovimpa Points.

Travel to Bryce Canyon to discover The largest hoodoo collection in the world. The stop at at Mile 18 provides some of the longest continuous views available in North America. This viewpoint provides access to the Bristlecone Loop trail. Photo Credit: Wendy Nordvik-Carr

This viewpoint provides access to the Bristlecone Loop trail. Photo Credit: Wendy Nordvik-Carr

Mossy Trail: 1 hour easy trail along a stream with views a waterfall and mossy grotto. Access is located at the north end of park.

Travel to Bryce Canyon to discover the largest hoodoo collection in the world. A visit to Mossy Creek is one of the top things to do in Bryce Canyon National Park. Photo Credit: Wendy Nordvik-Carr©

A visit to Mossy Creek is one of the top things to do in Bryce Canyon National Park. Photo Credit: Wendy Nordvik-Carr©

Sunset to Sunrise Trail: 1 hour paved pathway with spectacular views of the Amphitheatre.

Travel to Bryce Canyon to discover the largest hoodoo collection in the world. Bryce Canyon Amphitheatre is the most visited area of the park. Photo Credit: Wendy Nordvik-Carr

Bryce Canyon Amphitheatre is the most visited area of the park. Photo Credit: Wendy Nordvik-Carr

Several popular interconnected day hikes are also available ranging from easy, moderate to difficult.

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