- Type: Hiking
NileGuide Expert Says:
Due to it strenuousness, this trail arguably showcases some of Bryce Canyon's best features and is also appreciably less crowded.
NileGuide Expert tip:
You can see this one by horseback if so inclined; check out canyonrides.com for info.
- Starting at Bryce Point, head down below the rim. When you reach the choice of going either left or right at the fork, choose left so you do the trail clockwise. Look up to your left for the Fairy Castle! And if you can, peer off straight ahead in the distance to see folks looking down from Bryce Point, now a mile away and 900 feet above you. Then you'll come to the Wall of Windows, which is more impressive if seen coming up in this direction, from the south. Watch for horses on this trail, and give way if you see them. Or sign up for a horseback ride yourself, which is a really fun and different way to experience Peekaboo Loop.
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