Rim Trail

Bryce, Utah

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This is a popular trail above Bryce Canyon that connects all the scenic overlooks from Fairyland Point to Bryce Point. This point-to-point hike requires a car at both ends of the trail, which can be hiked in either direction. This very popular path runs along the rim of Fairyland Canyon and Bryce Canyon. Many park visitors hike the Rim Trail since it is accessible from the park road at various lookout points and provides spectacular views of the spires and canyons below. Travelers can choose to hike the entire trail by starting from Fairyland Point or Bryce Point, or break the hike up into smaller segments. Most of the pathway between Sunrise and Inspiration Points is either paved or so well worn that portions are wheelchair accessible.

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"This is a popular trail above Bryce Canyon that connects all the scenic overlooks from Fairyland Point to Bryce Point.

This point-to-point hike requires a car at both ends of the trail, which can be hiked in either direction. This very popular path runs along the rim of Fairyland Canyon and Bryce Canyon. Many park visitors hike the Rim Trail since it is accessible from the park road at various lookout points and provides spectacular views of the spires and canyons below. Travelers can choose to hike the entire trail by starting from Fairyland Point or Bryce Point, or break the hike up into smaller segments. Most of the pathway between Sunrise and Inspiration Points is either paved or so well worn that portions are wheelchair accessible."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Bryce
Distance: 5.5
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: About 3 hours
Season: Apr–Oct
Local Contacts: Bryce Canyon National Park
Driving Directions: Directions to Rim Trail

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May 2018