From the bloggers at Roadtreking:
Everyone knows about Bryce Canyon National Park. It is one of the famous southern Utah Parks and known for impressive rock formations known as hoodoos. It is spectacular and is on everyone’s bucket list for its beauty. Mike has written about Bryce before. He peered at the sharp-pointed rocks viewed from overlooks. But he didn’t mention one of the “must do” things at Bryce. Be sure you hike the astonishing 1.3-mile Navajo Loop Trail!
The trail starts at Sunset Point. It leaves the rim and goes down among the hoodoos. Although the view are impressive from the canyon rim, there is something completely and marvelously different when you hike among the hoodoos. It is a magical landscape. The scale and the views change completely as you descend and ascend.
The Navajo Loop Trail is not steep, but in order not to be steep there are many switchbacks. We walked it counter-clockwise, but you can go either way. If it is hot, do the trail in the morning when it is cooler.
To read the story and see pictures of Roadtreking’s journey along Bryce Canyon’s Navajo Loop Trail, click here.