Hiking Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks
by Erik Molvar & Tamara Martin (Falcon Guides)
© 2013 Erik Molvar & Tamara Martin/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.
If you don't take time to do this three mile trail while your don there, your going to miss one of the best tails in the park,and we did them all.
No horses or dust yet - great time of year. We took our time and stopped for picnic snacks and pictures frequently. Others passed us by going light and fast. The trail is not technically difficult, but there are a few steep ascents that will have some huffing and puffing.
Bryce Canyon is a must see! The trails are well marked and you have a choice for all levels of expertise. The only thing stopping me from giving this five stars is the overwhelming amount of horse droppings left on the trails. If you combine this with the extremely dusty conditions, you will find yourself coughing alot and drinking more water than usual. Remember your camera and 3 rolls of film!
First time to Bryce and this was an excellent trail to get aquainted with the Canyon from the top to the bottom. Very good views. There are a couple of ways to hook up with peekaboo loop. The trail starts with the decent so you gain elevation at the end. There were a few other people on the trail, no horses but plenty of horse leftovers. Overall a really good hike.
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