Hiking at Bryce Canyon: 15 Amazing Trails To Explore

Bryce Canyon National Park is one of the best places in all of Utah to go out and view the unique hoodoos!

These one-of-a-kind red sandstone pillars make it seem as if you’ve been transported to another planet and the best way to see them is by taking hikes in Bryce Canyon.

Well, we have made finding the best hikes in Bryce Canyon National Park easy. With everything from beginner hikes to more advanced trails, you’ll be able to pick the trips that best fit how you like to travel.


This trail doesn’t just take you through the abundant nature of the national park; it also guides you past some of the most popular sights, such as Wall Street, Twin Bridges, and Thor’s Hammer.

Navajo Loop Trail

As the name suggests, Rim Trail takes hikers along the edge of Bryce Canyon, exposing you to some of the most breathtaking scenery in the entire state.

Rim Trail

Starting at the northern part of the park, Fairyland Canyon Loop is another spectacular hike that takes travelers past the unique hoodoos and along the awe-inspiring Bryce Canyon.

Fairyland Canyon Loop

Queens Garden Trail

Perfect for all you families and beginner backpackers, the Queens Garden Trail is the easiest hike that takes visitors into Bryce Canyon.

If you still want to take in the breathtaking sights of Bryce Canyon but don’t want to spend most of your day on the trail, be sure to check out the Sunset to Sunrise Point Trail.

Sunset to Sunrise Point Trail

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