Enjoy this 5.0-kilometer circular hike near Bryce Canyon, Utah. It takes an average of 1 hour 34 minutes to accomplish this moderately difficult route. Because this is a popular hiking region, you will most likely come across other people while exploring. The optimum months to visit this trail are from March through October. Dogs are not permitted on this trail, so leave them at home. This climb, with its spectacular views and unusual rock formations, is one of the greatest ways to experience Bryce Canyon National Park's hoodoos and spires. This wonderful trail passes by some of the park's most renowned features, such as Queen Victoria and Thor's Hammer.
Views of the colourful canyon are spectacular. You can take a right here and travel through Wall Street, a narrow canyon. This route follows the Navajo Loop Trails eastern side. After passing Thor's Hammer and the Two Bridges, you will reach the Queens Garden Trail intersection, where you will witness some of the park's most beautiful formations.
You'll be able to walk among the towering hoodoos and rocky formations along the Queen's Garden Trail. These white, red, and orange sandstone structures appear to be man-made.
Hoodoos progress through numerous stages throughout their creation. First, water erodes the slopes of stony plateaus, forming fins. When they reach a certain weight,
In their centre, holes form, forming a window. After more erosion, the tops of the windows finally fall away, leaving a hoodoo in their place.
The majority of erosion in Bryce Canyon is caused by "frost wedging." Rain seeps into cracks in the rocks, and when the temperature drops, the water freezes and expands, causing the cracks to become larger.
Turn left at Sunrise Point to return to the parking lot via the Rim Trail.