Hiking the Peekaboo Loop via Navajo Loop and Queens Garden Trail in Bryce Canyon - United States

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Hiking in Bryce National Park is walking into a paradise of beautiful rock formations and incredible views. Our walk starts at the parking lot of Sunset Point. From here we walk down the Navajo Loop Trail and immediately find ourselves surrounded by Hoodoo's. The road runs steeply down through Wall Street. At the crossing we go in the direction of the Peekaboo Loop Trail. This walk isn't flat but is not going up and down a lot. Along the way we pass a Hoodoo with a name! The Cathedral and The Aligator cross our path. When we return to the junction, we follow the signs to the Queens Garden Trail. We follow the trail until we reach the Queens Garden. We climb out of the valley again and finally arrive back at Sunrise Point again. The last part we walk on the Rim Trail back to Sunset Point.

A walk of a few hours brings you into the enchanting landscape of Bryce. If you have time in Bryce, go into the valley and take a closer look at the Hoodoo's.
We were in Bryce Canyon National Park in October. Then the heat wasn't too bad, but in summer it can get very very hot. There is little shade to be found between the Hoodoo's. Take plenty of water and food , because there is none available in the valley.

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