Bryce Canyon National Park Fairyland Loop

Panguitch, Utah 84759

Bryce Canyon National Park Fairyland Loop

Bryce Canyon National Park: Fairyland Loop Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"This 8-mile trail is arguably the most scenic day hike in Bryce Canyon and is less busy than other single-day loops.

The eroded pink pillars of Bryce Canyon create mazes stretching to the park’s pine-forested rim. But route finding is simple on this scenery-rich stroll through the pink cliffs and hoodoos (otherworldly freestanding pinnacles also called “fairy chimneys”) of Bryce Canyon’s distinctive Claron Formation. The clear, well-graded track is ideal for fit hikers who have issues like weak ankles or knee injuries that might make the rougher treks nearby too difficult."

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7/27/2018
Beautiful trek ! Be sure to take water ( a camelback Park ) and snacks . Trekking poles recommended too, lots of elevation changes .
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4/5/2018
Didn't get to do too much of this hike--had to turn around due to an impatient 8 year old. :) BUT, I can tell you that this guide is 100% correct. Start at Fairyland instead of Sunrise Point. Fairyland Loop is actually before you go into the park so it's easily missed.
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Trail Information

Panguitch
Nearby City
8
Distance
Loop/Lollipop
Trail Type
Moderate
Skill Level
4-6 hours
Duration
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Bryce Canyon National Park, (435) 834-5322; nps.gov/brca
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