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Queen's Garden Trail
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Owner description: This 1.5 mile loop is an extremely colorful trail with views of some interesting hoodoos.
Reviewed 30 September 2017 via mobile

Don't get me wrong, but this trail did not compare hoodoo wise to peekaboo and Navajo. Still fun to see the queen, even if you don't know which one she is :)

1  Thank KelsieMoose
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"queen victoria"
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"queen's garden"
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"great hike"
in 28 reviews
"sunrise point"
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"take your time"
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"hiking poles"
in 6 reviews
"well worth the effort"
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"tennis shoes"
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"easy hike"
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"bring lots of water"
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"peekaboo loop"
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"switch backs"
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"views are spectacular"
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Reviewed 24 September 2017

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.

Thank Susan D
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Reviewed 18 September 2017

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.

While there is some shade down inside the hoodoos, it can still get hot. Bring a hat, sunscreen and lots of water. Also, wear good walking shoes to help navigate the inclines and scrabbly trails. We saw some tourists in flip-flops or sandals having real problems.

1  Thank 448andyk
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Reviewed 16 September 2017

We combined it with Navajo trail down, the Peekaboo loop, which had the best views of the hoodoos,then Queens Garden back up. Take lots of water and be prepared for steep ascents. Great hike

Thank Jackeyp
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Reviewed 2 September 2017

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!

1  Thank RYC88
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