Zion Narrows

Utah: Bryce and Zion

Explore two national parks and drive along a designated 'All-American' byway as you explore this quintessential slice of the southwestern Utah desert. Hike amongst the largest collection of hoodoos in the world at Bryce Canyon National Park, enjoying the fascinating geological history of these unique rock formations. Explore the spectacular depths of the Zion Narrows, taking in the magnitude of the canyon walls from down below, and then revel in the expansive views of the park from up above on hikes to excellent vantage points. If desired, take an optional side trip to Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, where you can venture into gorgeous slot canyons. Enjoy stays in comfortable accommodations that offer fantastic views of the red rock desert.
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Hiking trail
Figure 8 Loop
moderate
10 km
4:00 h
432 m
432 m

The Navajo/Queen’s Garden Loop trail is the most popular hike in Bryce Canyon park, running through the heart of the main amphitheater. 

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Hiking trail
Fairyland Loop
moderate
12.5 km
5:00 h
456 m
456 m

 The Fairyland Trail is one of the longer hikes in Bryce Canyon, and therefore a little less popular than some of the shorter, easier options.

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moderate
14.5 km
6:30 h
1,352 m
1,352 m

 The West Rim Trail to Cabin Spring starts from the Grotto and follows the very popular route to Angel’s landing. It is steep but gorgeous. 

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Hiking trail
The Narrows
moderate
7.6 km
4:00 h
408 m
408 m

The Riverside walk doubles as the first, easy stretch to the Narrows, and a classic, fairly strenuous river walk. 

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