Hiking at Queen’s/Navajo in Bryce Canyon, Utah!

Bryce Canyon National Park

National Park in Utah

Bryce Canyon National Park, a sprawling reserve in southern Utah, is known for crimson-colored hoodoos, which are spire-shaped rock formations.

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Queen’s/Navajo Combination Loop

Sunset/Sunrise Point

Most Popular Trail

Distance: 2.9 miles, 2 -3 hours

Description: Combine Queen’s Garden and Navajo Loop to form a 2.9 mile loop.

Clockwise direction is recommended, use two bridges in winter.

Enjoy the scenic while hiking, I really appreciate the scenic view. Very beautiful and majestic!

Published by TheLeelaShow

Hello Folks! Welcome to my Blog, I am Leela, from the Philippines, now residing in the United States. I live in a Motor Home for two years. This blog is all about My Mobile life in America.

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