Bryce Canyon National Park
from Bob Cantor's National Parks Photo Gallery


Several excellent trails will take you into the main amphitheater for hikes of up to a half day or more. The Queens Garden Trail is a relatively easy trail which takes you past some very scenic formations.
 
Peekaboo Loop trail is longer than the other trails in the main amphitheater, but it's also less crowded.
Inspiration Point at sunrise, later in the morning, and with a ground squirrel enjoying the view.
   
Sunrise at Sunset Point
Fairyland Canyon is much less crowded then the main amphitheater. The full loop makes for a strenuous day hike but it can also be done as an easier half day hike out-and-back into the canyon.
   
Rainbow Point is at the end of the road.
Sunrise at Sunrise Point and on the rim trail just south of Sunrise Point.
 
Sunset from Sunset Point.
The Navajo Loop trail is a short, steep trail which gets very crowded but is still worth going down in order to walk through the very impressive Wall Street section of trail.
   
Cedar Breaks National Monument is not far from Bryce Canyon and you pass right through it if you're taking the scenic route from Cedar City. Here we have views from Point Supreme and Chessman Ridge.
 

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