The Queens Garden Loop Trail in Bryce Canyon National Park is a short, though steep hike that takes visitors from the lofty perch of Sunrise Point and drops them more than 800 feet, into the amphitheaters and canyons below.
Trail Head: 37.628291, -112.163039
Trail Type: Hiking
Length: 1.8 miles round trip
Sunrise Point marks the beginning of the Queens Garden Loop Trail, directly east of the Bryce Canyon Lodge, with a parking lot and access to the water and goodies that hikers will need in order to comfortably enjoy the scenic trails of the park.
The Queens Garden is located off to the south side of Sunrise Point, including formations such as the Queens Castle, a lofty collection of hoodoos and spires that rises out of the rest of the garden like a fortress.
This horse trail extends down toward the Peekaboo Loop, creating even more options for those with an entire day’s worth of hiking and sightseeing to do.
The Navajo Loop is the most popular trail in the park, and shares the return leg of the loop with Queens Garden.
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