The Peekaboo Loop Trail is a 5.5 mile strenuous hiking trail and is also an equestrian trail in Bryce Canyon National Park. It has three starting points but most start up at Bryce Point and it quickly drops to the Canyon floor providing views of towering spikes and hoodoos from Read more [...]
Hoodoos with Hoodoos
View type : Hoodoos, Spires, Formations, Canyon
Queen’s Garden Loop Trail Bryce Canyon National ParkView type : Hoodoos, Canyon, Formations
Queen’s Garden Loop Trail is a 1.8 mile short but steep trail, often combined with Navajo Trail, that starts at the sunrise point and drops to the Canyon with views of various hoodoos and formations such as Queen’s Castle.
Navajo Loop Trail Bryce Canyon National ParkView type : Hoodoos, Rock Formations, Canyon
Popular 1.4 mile loop, which is often combined with Queen’s Garden trail, that starts at the sunset point down to the floor of the Bryce Canyon. The trail features popular hoodoo formations such as Wall Street, Twin Bridges, Thor’s Hammer etc.
Inspiration Point Bryce Canyon National ParkView type : Panoramic, Canyon, Hoodoos, Sunrise
Inspiration Point is an overlook with panoramic canyon and hoodoo views
Sunrise Point and Sunset Point Bryce Canyon National ParkView type : Hoodoos, Panoramic, Amphitheater, Canyon, Sunrise, Sunset
Sunrise and Sunset points are popular overlooks with panoramic views of the canyon and the hoodoos. Both are close-by and separated by 1.1 miles and both are popular at sunrise and sunset.
Bryce Canyon National ParkView type : Hoodoos, Rock Formations, Canyon, Panoramic
Bryce Canyon National Park is known for crimson-colored hoodoos, which are spire-shaped rock formations. The park’s main road leads past the expansive Bryce Amphitheater, a hoodoo-filled depression lying below the Rim Trail hiking path. Popular overlooks of the Hoodoo Amphitheater include Sunrise Point, Sunset Point, Inspiration Point and Bryce Point. Read more [...]