Located in Utah, the hiking in Bryce Canyon offers more than a half-dozen beautiful hikes and backpacking trails. The best Bryce Canyon hiking based on popularity are considered to be Hackberry Canyon, Red Canyon, Riggs Springs Loop, Bryce Canyon National Park, and Fairyland Loop. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Bryce Canyon hiking trail below.
In the scenic Bryce Canyon National Park, the Rim Trail is a 11 mile hiking route (one-way) overlooking the hoodoos of Bryce Canyon. The Fairyland Loop runs from Fairyland Point in the north to Bryce Point in the south. It is paved between Sunrise Point and Sunset Point. It is an easy route with only 550 feet of vertical, but keep in mind that the base altitude is over 9,000 feet.