This is a complete list of hikes in Bryce Canyon National Park for your reference. Depending on your tour itinerary and timing, you may only have time for certain hikes. If there is a hike that interests you, please contact our office team to discuss whether or not you will have time to participate on the particular hike of interest on your tour.

Trail

Round Trip Distance

Difficulty

Description

Mossy Cave

0.8mi/1.3lm

Easy

Streamside walk up to a mossy overhang and small waterfall. (Waterfall flows May to October)

Rim Trail

0-11mi/0-17.7km

Easy

Outstanding views of hoodoos from above. Trail is paved and fairly level between Sunset and Sunrise Points.

Bristlecone Loop

1.0mi/1.6km

Easy

Hike through spruce-fir forests to cliffs with bristlecone pines and expansive vistas.

Queens Garden

1.8mi/2.9km

Easy

This is the least difficult trail into the canyon. Using your imagination you may even see Queen Victoria at the end of a short spur trail.

Navajo Trail

1.3 mi/2.2 km

Moderate

The Navajo Loop begins at Sunset Point and goes down into Bryce Amphitheater through a "slot" canyon where large Douglas-fir trees are stretching to reach sunlight high above.

Tower Bridge

3 mi/4.8 km

Moderate

See Bristlecone pines and the China Wall. A shady 1/4-mile spur trail leads to the bridge.

Hat Shop

4 mi/6.4 km

Moderate

Descend to the Under-the-Rim Trail to see a cluster of balanced-rock hoodoos.

Swamp Canyon

4.3 mi/7.2 km

Moderate

Descend into one of the lesser-known areas of Bryce Canyon.

Fairyland Loop

8 mi/12.9 km

Strenuous

See the China Wall, Tower Bridge and tall hoodoos on this less-crowded trail.

Peek-a-boo Loop

5.5 mi/8.8 km

Strenuous

Steep but spectacular hike through the heart of Bryce Amphitheater. See the Wall of Windows. (This trail is shared by the trail ride concession).

Riggs Spring Loop

8.5 miles/14.2 km

Strenuous

High elevation hike leaving from Rainbow point down through varied forests of Spruce, Fir and Bristlecone.