By Malvika Kashyap
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Hikers are drawn to the Bryce Canyon National Park's stunning beauty. Here is the list of the best hikes in Bryce Canyon!
10. Hat Shop The white boulders that are placed precariously atop the hoodoos throughout the climb are known as The Hat Shop.
9. Mossy Cave The river and waterfall that cut through the scenery at the foot of the hoodoo-covered hills are this trail's true highlights.
8. Tower Bridge Before diverging on a spur to a striking stone building known as the Tower Bridge, this path briefly follows the Fairyland route.
7. Bristlecone Pines Hike The walk offers breathtaking views of the canyon as it meanders through a blue spruce, Douglas fir, and white fir forest. Birds and other animals should be observed.
6. Navajo Trail Navajo Trail takes you through scenery that is similar to that of the Queen's Garden, with multicoloured hoodoos towering up on all sides.
5. Queen's Garden Queen's Garden is an easy, 1.8-mile out-and-back walk, but because of the diverse vistas in each direction, it appears more like a circle.
4. Peek-A-Boo Loop Trail A wonderful option to the more congested Queen's Garden and Navajo Trails is this 5.5-mile track.
3. Fairyland Loop This route offers amazing vistas and up-close glimpses at the unusual formations as it winds between hoodoos and over ridges.
2. Sunset Point to Sunrise Point Here is the location to take a brief and simple stroll if you just have a short amount of time in the park.
1. Sheep Creek/Swamp Canyon Consider the Sheep Creek/Swamp Canyon walk if you've gotten your fill of hoodoos and canyons or just plain yearn for some peace and quiet.
A large portion of Bryce Canyon National Park is located above 8,000 feet, therefore the park experiences lower temperatures than the surrounding areas.
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