Navajo/Queens Garden Loop, Bryce Canyon National Park

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One of many moderate trails, Navajo/Queens Garden Loop remains one of the most popular options for hikers. The Navajo Loop passes through a narrow canyon popularly called "Wall Street"--you'll see why when you go through it. The Navajo/Qeens combo loop offers an easier ascent, allowing you to reach the famed Sunrise Point, then follow another trail back to your car for a satisfying round trip. Take a look at our Bryce Canyon National Park day trip planning tool to schedule your visit to Navajo/Queens Garden Loop and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • We hiked counter-clockwise, hiking down through Wallstreet and up and out through Sunset Point. We did a short side track through Queens Garden. The incline up through Sunset wasn’t too bad. The... 
    We hiked counter-clockwise, hiking down through Wallstreet and up and out through Sunset Point. We did a short side track through Queens Garden. The incline up through Sunset wasn’t too bad. The...  more »
  • Excellent hike. Be sure to start at the Sunset viewpoint and make your decent into the canyon here on the Navajo trail, it is steeper here and easier to go down than coming back up. Go right at the....  more
    Excellent hike. Be sure to start at the Sunset viewpoint and make your decent into the canyon here on the Navajo trail, it is steeper here and easier to go down than coming back up. Go right at the....  more »
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  • Queen's Garden Trail is moderate in length and difficulty, but it really packs an incredible amount of amazing scenery in a relatively short amount of time. It is best done as part of a loop hike with Navajo / Wall Street Loop or Peek-A-Boo (if it isn't closed because of rock falls). The loop is doable in either direction (I started at Queen's Garden and ended at Navajo) so which way is best depends on either lighting conditions or whether you want to take the Navajo switchbacks on the way down or up. Nearly impossible to get lost and you will have a lot of people on the trail with you at all times, but it is still a really enjoyable hike. Highly recommended
  • We started from Sunrise Point since we saw people at Two Bridges saying they came from Sunrise Point. It marked as Navajo Loop and Queens Garden trail at Alltrails. The close view of these rocks was magnificent alongside of the trail. It was also fun trying to figure out where is the Victoria Queen Hoodoo with other tourists. We encountered sudden weather change and it started snowing, so in last part we had to walk faster to the Sunset Point. It's unforgivable experience.

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