For our first hike in Bryce Canyon National Park, we went to Bryce Point on the rim for a 4-mile route that combined descending Bryce Point Trail, following the west section of Peek-a-Boo Loop Trail, and then climbing out of the canyon on the Wall Street section of the Navajo Loop to Sunset Viewpoint on the rim.
Here are some favorite sights along steep, strenuous and scenic 1-mile-long Bryce Point Trail.
This hoodoo looks like a camel carrying several passengers at a time.
We could see the window for quite awhile before we reached it. Knowing we would get the chance to walk through it was a great motivator to keep pressing on.
Each bend in the trail opens to yet another spectacular view of Bryce Canyon Amphitheater. To say that David was in “photographer’s heaven” is an understatement!
The magical hoodoos, fins and other rock formations strike each person differently. As I rounded a curve and looked up, this formation looked like an angel with massive wings. A deep sense of peace filled my heart.
The sights along Bryce Point Trail were among the most spectacular on our hike.