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Fairyland Loop Trail

Basics
Location:
Off the main scenic drive in Bryce Canyon National Park
Length:
8 mile loop
Difficulty:
Intermediate
Time:
4 hours
Elevation Change:
950 feet
Season:
Late May to early October

Description

The Fairyland Loop Trail descends 900 feet from Fairyland Point, meanders through the hoodoos of Fairyland Amphitheater and climbs back out at Sunrise Point. It is made a loop by hiking 2.5 miles back along the Rim Trail (a segment you can omit by taking the park shuttle back to Fairyland Point). This trail tends to be less crowded than trails in Bryce Amphitheater (i.e. Queens Garden, Navajo Loop and Peekaboo, described below).

Details

Location:
Off the main scenic drive in Bryce Canyon National Park
Length:
8 mile loop
Difficulty:
Intermediate
Time:
4 hours
Elevation Change:
950
Season:
Late May to early October
Useful Map(s):
Free park map is adequate
Camping Info
Not permitted

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