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All reviews queen victoria queen's garden great hike sunrise point wall street take your time well worth the effort hiking poles bring lots of water easy hike peekaboo loop switch backs hoodoo formations moderate hike views are spectacular every turn short hike
My husband and I chose this easy rated trail - there is a sign at the beginning recommending hiking boots. You should listen to this warning! I opted for running sneakers instead because I had done so much hiking in my boots I wanted a...More
This trail is not a loop. It takes you to Queen Victoria and you can join with other trails like the navajo or walk back. The walk up to sunrise point is trying on the heart and calves.
Views are spectacular.
This excellent hike, approximately 1 mile each way, begins at Sunrise Point has an elevation drop of about 300 ft. It ends at the viewpoint of Queen's Garden that contains a rock having a questionable resemblance to Queen Victoria. The path on the way up...More
This is a nice trail with a relatively easy descent path, allowing you to enjoy the spectacular scenery at the bottom of the canyon. This is the route to see the Queen Victoria rock formation. You start the trail at Sunrise point and rather than...More
We took the Navajo Loop (by Thor's spire) down and then connected with the Queen's Garden to come back up. A wonderful experience. Although Bryce is beautiful to see from the top, it doesn't compare to walking down into the canyon.
This is a fun trail that takes you right down into the hoodoos. You'll see spectacular rock structures, gorgeous colors, winding switch backs, tunnels, drop-offs and probably some wildlife. I recommend connecting trails so that you go from Sunrise Point to Sunset Point.
There isn't a single place that isn't picturesque and stunningly beautiful in Bryce. The hikes are moderate (with pretty steep ascents), but should not be missed. This park is amazing, truly incredible and no trail should go unexplored!
Take your time and enjoy this wonderful area. I had to keep reminding myself to keep turning around and looking at what I had seen already. It is funny how you can take a few steps and what you just looked at has taken on...More
Hi, This trail was easy but with some steep parts that we managed. We are in our 50's. I have experience with hiking with kids and yes, I would say these are definitely good for a 7 and 11 year old. Just keep an eye on where... More
Hi, This trail was easy but with some steep parts that we managed. We are in our 50's. I have experience with hiking with kids and yes, I would say these are definitely good for a 7 and 11 year old. Just keep an eye on where they are because there are some steep drops. But the trail is wide and easy to navigate.