When we visited Utah, we stayed in Zion (Springdale) but couldn’t miss experiencing Bryce Canyon 1.5 hours away. Bryce looks quite different than Zion with a large canyon and an array of hoodoos that look straight out of a Dr. Seuss book. When we visited Bryce Canyon we started with a horse back ride – Lucy loved it and was so sad when it ended. It was an easy ride venturing through some land and then over to look at the views of Bryce Canyon.
We decided to do the Navajo Loop Trail which has a few different lengths and can accommodate most levels of hikers including Lucy (6) and my dad. Winding through the canyon switchbacks and observing the amazing rock formations and arches will keep you wanting more.
Length: 1.5-5 miles
Good for Kids: Yes – can get hot in the summer months and might be cold/closed in winter.
All Trails Link: Navajo Loop Trail
Notes: This hike is inside Bryce Canyon National Park.